The ABO welcomes Matthew Scragg as our assistant warden for 2021. Now out of isolation Matt has hit the ground running helping recording spring migration. Matt has completed 2 years as assistant warden at Landguard Bird observatory in Suffolk and then for the last two years he has been at Landsort, one of Sweden’s leading bird observatories (ringing over 13,000 birds last year). Matt, who has also taken part in a dedicated Puffin study research program involving him ringing over 1500 of them, brings to Alderney Bird Observatory a wealth of research skills and experience that can only further enhance our scientific records and the reputation of Alderney as a globally important migration flyway and cracking place to visit to watch birds! We would also like to thank all of those who applied to fill the position of assistant warden for 2021, the ABO team were both flattered and delighted to receive interest from so many capable and qualified applicants. Photo – Matt Scragg in Alderney.
During a loop of the island taking a little over 2hrs with live commentary we visit the best view points and reveal a combination of the highlights of local history, heritage and wildlife including a tour of the Nunnery Roman Fort. Tours end dropping you at your point of collection. Pick ups 1.40pm at the Marais Square, 1.50pm at the Braye Beach Hotel, or 2pm at the taxi rank at the bottom of Victoria St & other locations by arrangement.
Call or text John on 07815 549191 to book your seat, or book via Facebook or our website alderneytours.co.uk. Tour guests now receive a 10% off their bill at Jacks Brasserie. Private Tours and group bookings are available on other dates, for general tours, specialist WW11 or dedicated widlife tours. Adults £20pp under 16’s £15.
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