Monday, 23 January 2012

'A Fair Isle Season' Illustrated talk . . . .

Huntingdonshire Local RSPB Group 'A Fair Isle Season' illustrated talk by Rebecca Nason.

25th January 2012
The Free Church, Market Hill, St Ives, Cambridgeshire
What time?

Adults £3.00 Group Members Free

Please do come along! The slideshow presentation lasts for approximately 2 hours with a tea/coffee break half way through . . .. . .mounted prints and greeting cards available as well as a raffle . . . . . .

Wednesday, 18 January 2012

I will be giving a talk: 'A Fair Isle Season' - working, birding and photography at Britain's premier birding hotspot - tomorrow night!

19th January 2012

Woodbridge Community Hall - Woodbridge - Suffolk

What time?
7.30pm start

Please do come along - all welcome! £2 adults, children under 16 free . . . .

Tea & Coffee, Raffle, Greeting Cards & Print Sales . . . .

Thursday, 12 January 2012

Well Hampshire has been kind to us since the new year, providing us with 2 extremely attractive birds to add to our British Lists (making January a 3 tick month!) - the American Dark-eyed Junco which we saw in the New Forest a few days ago & the long staying Spanish Sparrow we enjoyed yesterday in a dense hedge in Calshot! So the year has got off to a cracking start, we can only wish it carries on like this throughout the Winter and into the Spring! What will be next!? A few record shots taken shown here..............

Monday, 2 January 2012

Rebecca Nason Photography Feature - Birdwatch Magazine
January 2012
I am delighted to be the 'Featured Photographer' in the 'Bird Art & Photography' section of Birdwatch magazine - January issue 235, a lavish 5 page article with some of my latest artistic photographic work with accompanying descriptions & tales from the field!

1st January 2012
Western Sandpiper
What better way to see in the new year than a trip to Norfolk for a British tick - the long staying Western Sandpiper (pictured). The weather was dreary and overcast but it was refreshing to be out in the coastal air and with our successful tick under our belts along with a host of year ticks, we enjoyed lunch in the visitor centre before returning home. It was good to see so many familiar faces in the hide too! Happy New Year! ;-)