Looking for birds in Langstone

EYE SPY The bird watching walk led by Peter Potts, Hampshire County Council Ranger. Picture: Sarah Standing (124092-4551)
EYE SPY The bird watching walk led by Peter Potts, Hampshire County Council Ranger. Picture: Sarah Standing (124092-4551)

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CHICHESTER Harbour Conservancy brought its 30th anniversary year to a close with its annual Langstone birdwatching walk.

The two-hour walk on December 17 allowed viewers to investigate which birds are on Hampshire’s shores this winter.

The walk saw 15 watchers stroll along the shoreline from Langstone Harbour to Warblington. The rising tide during the morning event revealed the coast’s hidden wildfowl. The group’s guide, Senior Hampshire Ranger Peter Potts, pointed out to walkers the breeds of bird that flew near the group.

Mr Potts said: ‘Hampshire is one of the best places in the UK to observe birds.

‘Seasonal changes are always good because they bring the more unusual birds to the UK.’