Neil Singleton

Neil Singleton

Neil SingletonA member of the Société Jersiaise Ornithological Group, and a recorder for theBBS (Bird Breeding Survey) of the BTO (British Trust for Ornithology). I  have built up a comprehensive knowledge of sites and habitats.

While visiting Jersey’s sea-shores, freshwater ponds and reed beds, coastal cliff paths and woodlands, you will become aware of the ‘Jizz’ (General Impression of Size and Shape) of a bird. We will identify Marsh Harriers from Buzzards, Brambling amongst flocks of Chaffinch and separate Swallows from Martins and Swifts.

We can look for Puffins in spring, Jersey’s breeding colonies of Little Egrets, Cirl Buntings, Short-toed Treecreepers and Bittern.

The autumn/winter months are magical for finding our visiting geese, wild fowl and waders.

Infirm and handicapped persons catered for.

Binoculars can be provided.

Tel:  +44 (0)1534 888600

Mobile: +44 (0)7797 748653

Web:  www.birdingjersey.co.uk