Activity continues via inputs from a regular Garden Watch (every Sat AM between 08.00 - 09.30) and any nature records submitted from wherever you are in the country, in accordance with current government guidelines. Entries are submitted to the organiser, Keith Rainford. See their website (link below) for more details but their latest update report can be downloaded by clicking here.
As part of our local birdwatching activity we record the birds within the Lady Bay area. This is shown on our website. Birds seen anywhere within the area or from the boundary are included in our listings; most records submitted come from private gardens. Records can be submitted to the group at any time. A short summary report is issued each month and an annual report at the end of the year. As part of this recording exercise, short birdwatching walks take place through The Hook, generally on a Saturday morning and last from 08.00 - 09.30 with a coffee afterwards. The aim of these walks is to give people regular local birdwatching and an opportunity to get to grips with common bird identification. To date 63 species have been seen on The Hook during a series of 21 walks up to December 2019.
We would like as many people as possible to get involved in this exercise, to keep an eye out in the area and to submit their sightings to the contact below.
Contact: If you would like to take part or find out more information please contact Keith Rainford at [email protected] or visit ladybaybirdwatchers.wordpress.com