The Seawatch Observatory and Thornwick Pools Hide
Both facilities will reopen on Monday, 17th May subject to a strict limit of six persons.
Should the government’s route out of lockdown roll out as expected, all capacity limits will be withdrawn on Monday, 21st June.
The area surrounding Flamborough is renowned for having the largest mainland seabird colony in Britain, a reputation for having top drawer seawatching and not least it is a fantastic place to witness bird migration and see small birds such as thrushes, warblers and chats making landfall after crossing the North Sea.
Flamborough Bird Observatory is one of only twenty bird observatories located at key migration hotspots in Britain and Ireland. It is run by a team of dedicated enthusiastic volunteers whose aims include studying bird populations and and recording migration. The Observatory’s recording area encompasses the village of Flamborough and the neighbouring settlements of Bempton, Buckton and Speeton. In addition, the Observatory is also involved in creating and maintaining habitats for wildlife, and promoting conservation in the local community.
As a registered charity, the Observatory’s work is reliant upon the help and goodwill of our Friends and volunteers. If you would like to support us, please become a Friend of Flamborough Bird Observatory. You can join online and become a Friend in seconds by completing the forms for your personal details and payment here!