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Milnthorpe and Heversham sightings

Posted by Oz 
Oz
Milnthorpe and Heversham sightings
August 12, 2017 06:46PM
Just moved to the Milnthorpe area but had problems logging on hence delay in submitting sightings.
A few recent records of interest.



10th August- 1 Green Sandpiper mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881


25th July- 3 Common Sandpiper mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881

27th July 4 Common Sandpiper mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881

2nd August- 7 Common Sandpiper mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881

6th August- 1 Common Sandpiper mouth of River Bela Milnthorpe SD4881

6th August- 1 Common Sandpiper- River Kent adjacent to Heversham Moss SD4883

8th August 2 Common Sandpiper mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881


25th July- 1 male Marsh Harrier marsh north of mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881
27th July 1 male Marsh Harrier marsh north of mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881

10th August juvenile Peregrine Falcon marsh north of mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881


8th August 28 Pied Wagtail mouth of River Bela Milnthorpe SD4881

10th August-32 Pied Wagtail mouth of River Bela Milnthorpe SD4881


8th August - 1 White Wagtail mouth of River Bela,Milnthorpe SD4881

10th August post breeding flock of 62 Linnet Heversham Moss SD4883


6th August coastal passage 1 Northern Wheatear mouth of River Bela Milnthorpe SD4881

6th August coastal passage 2 Northern Wheatear River Kent Estuary adjacent Heversham Moss SD4883

10th August 6th coastal passage 3 Northern Wheatear River Kent Estuary adjacent Heversham Moss SD4883




10th August-Passage Common Redstart- Heversham Moss SD4883

Mark



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12/08/2017 07:07PM by Oz.
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