Are you staycationing this year? One of the best things to come out of Lockdown for me was an appreciation of *just* how beautiful my part of the world is, and I am happy to celebrate my Sussex heritage with this set of five birdwatching logbooks – now available as a set.
Birds of the Seven Sisters
One of the most iconic views in the south, the Seven Sisters cliffs are part of the South Downs National Park, and have a rich variety of wildlife on the chalk grassland and farmland, with the famous Cuckmere River meandering its way through the low land between Eastbourne and Seaford.
Birds of Rye Harbour
Sussex Wildlife Trust’s nature reserve at Rye Harbour is a fabulous spot for birdwatching – and there’s a great cafe too in the Discovery Centre. Walk along the sea wall of this coastal part of the historic town of Rye and spot a wealth of birds from the hides along the way.
Birds of the South Downs
Anyone choosing to traverse part – or all – of the South Downs Way will find this logbook handy for noting some of the passage migrants that cross over the well-trodden path between Winchester and Eastbourne.
Birds of the Isle of Wight
If you’ve not visited the Isle of Wight you’re in for a treat. Just a short ferry trip from the mainland, this small but perfectly formed island boasts heathland, farmland, coast, cliffs, rivers, hills and of course, eagles.
Birds of Arundel
Arundel is home to the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust reserve, but any of the beautiful walks along the River Arun or the countryside surrounding the picturesque town will benefit from this little logbook to show some of the species likely to be found in this serene part of Sussex.
As a summer special, I am offering this set of five books for £20 including postage until August 31st, giving you a chance to explore these special parts of the south coast.
Why not buy a set for a friend who’s visiting with their family, or is new to birdwatching?
South Coast Set
One of each of the South Coast birdwatching logbooks, including postage
Do tag me if you’re out and about with your birdwatching logbook over the summer! Find me on Instagram at @jennifermooreartist or Twitter @jennifer_artist