Harbour Update – posted 27/03/16

We take back yesterdays comments regarding tough birding days…it should be written that TODAY was actually the toughest of birding days with the highlights consisting of a single Sand Martin and a Green Sandpiper at Holton Lee reported to us. That was it! 

So, to divert your interests we’ve been working with the Poole Harbour Study Group who have kindly donated several semi-recent reports/surveys, which focus on bird populations within Poole Harbour. These can now be found on our surveys page and can be used as reference material. In total there are 6 donated from the PHSG and 1 from the RSPB. We’d like to extend our thanks to both the PHSG and RSPB for these welcome additions to our BoPH survey archive.

The title of the surveys are…

 Wader and Waterfowl Roost Survey Of Poole Harbour 2002/03

Numbers And Distribution Of Black-necked Grebe And Other Waterbirds at Studland, Dorset 2005/06

Important Breeding Birds Of Poole Harbour 2004 . Part 1 Water Rail. Part 2 Redshank

Important Birds Of Poole Harbour And Their Status 1998/99 – 2004/05

Important Birds Of Poole Harbour 2002

Bird Invertebrate Prey Availability In Poole Harbour 2004

Poole Harbour Breeding Redshank Survey 2014

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