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Torrisholme CC

Posted by eddybayton 
Torrisholme CC
September 08, 2018 07:12AM
A very unusual visitor to our closely mown turf yesterday afternoon, a rather pale sandy-orange wheatear, presumably female, chasing emerging cranefly. I only have a handful of records of wheatear stopping off here.

We still have moulting bh gulls and the resident swallows doing the same. Although still a family group, the swallows have given up on a third nesting attempt and are now ignoring the machine shed unless the weather is foul. Starlings have been a bit thin on the ground compared with recent years.
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