Hengistbury Head Bird Hide opens in September

Hengistbury Head Bird Hide will be opened officially on the 4th September 2021.

The Christchurch Harbour Ornithological Group (CHOG) will be holding a Members day to offically mark the occasion. 

The hide, situated on the on Hengistbury Head Nature Reserve in Dorset, was a project started by Alison Germain, a volunteer for CHOG. The Trust was delighted to be one of the sponsors of the renovation of an old hut into a fabulous hide that should attract birders from far and wide.

Hengistbury Head forms part of the Christchurch Harbour Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), and in May 1990 was declared a Local Nature Reserve. More than 300 bird species have been recorded in the area, making the reserve an important migratory point. 

Hengistbury Head Bird Hide

The hide will be offically opened in September

Hengistbury Head Bird Hide

Inside the hide with the Cameron Bespolka plaque displayed prominently 

Hengistbury Head Bird Hide Sponsors

The organisations and people who helped make the project a reality


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