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Teesmouth Bird Club planning to build a steel tower platform/hide at Dorman's Pool (1 Viewer)


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I've been reading on another Birdwatching Forum that Teesmouth Bird Club plan to erect a steel tower viewing platform/hide at Dorman's Pool near Saltholme in Cleveland. The question I must ask is, have the RSPB given the Teesmouth Bird Club permission to erect a viewing platform/hide, as the RSPB are the owners of that site and reserve.
If you have concerns, the best would be to contact TBC (details on their website) and/or speak to RSPB at Saltholme when you're next there. But as adswildlife says, I really can't see that an organisation as professional as TBC wouldn't have asked those pretty basic questions.

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