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Heversham and Halforth

Posted by Oz 
Oz
Heversham and Halforth
October 05, 2017 01:27PM
There were 18 Ruff on Heversham Moss this morning,the most I've seen here.
12 on the main flood and 6 in the flooded field with black bag bales on the other side of the dyke.
Halforth- 9 Ruff
300 Lapwing
9 Ringed Plover
36 Dunlin
48 Pied Wagtail on a sandbank.
Foulshaw Marsh
250 Lapwing
26 Little Egret
1 Peregrine Falcon

Mark



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