Michaela Strachan writes…

‘A gaggle of pale bellied brent geese Arrive in Autumn around our coast Strangford Lough in Ireland Is where we get the most. 1000s of them arrive to feed Before they’re on their way again Migrating from arctic Canada Heading into Ireland, England, France or Spain It’s black and white noisy mayhem As they stop […]

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Mark Carwardine writes…

‘Hi Naomi I’m writing to you from Somerset Island, in Nunavut, in the Canadian High Arctic. It’s minus 11C, and blowing a gale, so I’m hiding in my hut. I think your project sounds fantastic – and wish you all the very best of luck with it. With all good wishes….’

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Kate Humble writes…

I remember the very first time I saw a Brent Goose. It was in Northern Ireland at 4am! but the earliness of the hour didn’t matter. Here was a beautiful little bird that had made an extraordinary journey. This one has come from the Wye Valley and passed over Tintern Abbey and Glastonbury Tor to […]

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