**Please follow current government guidelines by maintaining social distancing and wearing face coverings whilst in the hides.**
Have you wandered round the site today and have some sightings to report? Or have you any outstanding records from recent visits? Then pop them below.
Also for all twitter users please use #fairburnbirds in your tweets on site for an automatic retweet.
Abide by the Countryside Code and the bird watchers code of conduct.
Post sightings of anything nature related:
Post offensive content
Post information regarding nesting birds
Post information regarding Schedule 1 species
It is against the law to take, damage or destroy the nest of any wild bird (Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981). In addition, some named rarer species listed under Schedule 1of this Act are afforded extra protection (eg Bittern, Black-necked Grebe and Spoonbill).
Remember, just leave your footprints. Your memories (which we hope you will share below) are yours forever.
Cattle Egret amongst cattle New Flash Avocet, Oystercatcher and 2 Common Terns on Spoonbill Flash Red Kite perched between New…