‘Wild Humber’, a new TV documentary from Humber Nature Partnership, celebrating spectacular bird migration on the Humber, is now available on Youtube.
This 25 minute documentary, filmed entirely on the Humber, showcases the amazing stories of some of the long distance bird migrants visiting the estuary.
Local experts explain why the estuary is so important for birds, what draws the birds (and us) to the Humber and how we play a vital role in their survival.
The programme was made possible by a generous grant from the National Grid Community Fund.
The programme holds an important conservation message which the Partnership wish to spread as widely as possible. They welcome your feedback on the programme via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please take a few moments to tell them what you thought of it.
In related content, DEFRA have pubished their survey, in conjunction with the RSPB, of wild bird populations from 1970 – 2018 – you can read it as an online pdf here