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Spotted Flycatchers

Posted by Oz 
Spotted Flycatchers
July 04, 2018 12:51PM
It looks like Burnsbeck Moss CWT reserve is in your area.
There was a pair of Spotted Flycatcher right next to the lay-by car park. Only about a couple of hundred yards further north along the road there was another adult and yet another about 50 yards further on.
Sedge Warbler, Reed Bunting, Willow Warbler, Meadow Pipit and Lesser Redpoll were on the reserve.
7 Linnet along the road south and a Common Whitethroat at Swarther Plantation on the way to Kitmere.
Not sure if Wakebarrow Scar east[ by TV mast] is in your area but there were 4 Yellowhammer, Lesser Redpoll, Garden Warbler and Linnet there.

Re: Spotted Flycatchers
July 04, 2018 05:34PM
The SD 67 10k square boundary Mark so all this just in LDBWS thanks
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