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Posted by pete marsh 
September 14, 2018 08:36AM
Possibly the only chance this autumn in the bay on today's tide although one was probably in the bay mid am yesterday. Seem easier to locate on dropping tide but not if weather softens up this afternoon
Re: Leach's?
September 14, 2018 01:26PM
No - a great wadge of clear skies covering the whole of the Irish Sea in between the lots of rain. Right at the wrong time over HT. a few pinks (biggest flock 81) and a couple of passage little gull (one Juv) in addition to resident ad
Re: Leach's?
September 14, 2018 02:10PM
Great views of one going slowly south just a few metres off the end of the Stone Jetty 15:02
Re: Leach's?
September 14, 2018 09:51PM
Thanks Nick - it probably ended up getting pushed right out by the battery kite surfers - should have checked from knowlys height instead of north wall. Bonxie flew towards Walney having I think been sat on sea
Just little gulls and kitts earlier with 300 ish pinks in four flocks. 30 different Meds seen today including Czech bird for fifteenth winter period
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