Thursday, 2 February 2017

A Lake District Winter Birdwatching Guide by Jenny Mayer

A Guest Blog by Jenny Mayer

A Lake District Winter Birdwatching Guide 

There is nothing so recreational or fascinating like Birdwatching. 

Ask any Birder, or precisely a Bird-Watcher and he will testify the pleasure & happiness the Birding bequeaths. 

Green forests with chirping colorful birds or a serene lakeside with waterfowls is always a splendid spectacle. And Windermere Lake District depicts this landscape’s abundance during winter with multiple species chilling out in the natures lap. 

Whether it’s the Goldeneye or Great Crested Grebe at the lake or the vibrant Crossbill, Siskin or Hawfinch amidst the woodland, sighting all these colorful species is a marvel and here is an Infographic for everyone whether he is an avid Birder, Professional Pro Birder or just a nature lover to guide you with the Top Bird-Watching Spots or paradise, they say, for this winter in the Lake District. 

So what are you waiting for? Go pack your bags to Windermere & just enjoy and soak in the beauty of mother-nature and its awe-inspiring species and refine your senses in the mesmerizing twitter harmony.

About the Author

Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig in Antarctica
Photograph copyright Young Birder Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig

Mya-Rose Craig is a 14 year old young British Bangladeshi birder, naturalist, conservationist, environmentalist, activist, writer and speaker. She is based near Bristol and writes the successful Birdgirl Blog, with posts about birding and conservation from around the world. She loved seeing Mountain Gorillas in East Africa and Penguins in Antarctica over Christmas 2015, her 7th continent.

Mya-Rose was a Bristol European Green Capital Ambassador along with Kevin McCloud, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Tony Juniper, Simon King, Miranda Krestovnikoff and Shaun the Sheep! See the full list of Bristol Ambassadors. She has also been listed with the singer songwriter George Ezra and actress Maisie Williams from Game of Thrones as one of Bristol's most influential young people
She organised a conference, Race Equality in Nature, in June 2016 aiming to increase the ethnic diversity in nature. She has also set up Black2Nature with the aim of working with organisations to increase the access to nature of BAME people. Please connect with her on LinkedIn (Mya-Rose Birdgirl Craig) so that she can invite you to join the Race Equality in Nature LinkedIn Group and be part of the change. Please like her Birdgirl Facebook Page and follow her on Birdgirl Twitter

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