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Crook O' Lune & local area forays.

Posted by Steve Graham 
Crook O' Lune & local area forays.
February 12, 2018 05:38PM
I would like to keep this post near the top of the list if possible as I intend posting sightings to it on a regular basis through the year. Which should make collating my local records a lot easier through the year. Does anyone know how to make the post 'stick' near the top please?

Crook O' Lune - Usual suspects at present, up to 3 Goldeneye around, 1 Little Grebe, singing Mistle Thrush, 20 Siskin, Bullfinch 1 pair.

12/02 - GBBGull 1cy on western rocks in river. Starling singing for Eastern picnic site, scarce here. House Sparrow - bird calling near Scarthwaite Hotel very scarce here despite being very common in Halton & Caton.

First of many records hopefully this year.

Cheers.
Steve
Re: Crook O' Lune & local area forays.
February 13, 2018 05:40PM
Same with the long-staying scarce stuff at Heysham!
Re: Crook O' Lune & local area forays.
February 14, 2018 04:05PM
Crook O' Lune 14/02: Mute Swan - 1cy, scarce here in winter. Curlew one flying up and down the river calling am, my first of the year here.

Regards
Steve
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