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Heversham Moss

Posted by Oz 
Oz
Heversham Moss
May 17, 2019 12:14PM
A Common Sandpiper at Halforth. If it's a passage bird, it's a bit late for here.
A party of 6 Raven feeding on a sheep carcass. Could have been a family party. One looked like it was begging for food and there was a lot of fussing and noise going on.
1 Common Whitethroat.
7 Sedge Warbler on separate territories [2 Sedge Warbler also in an obsure area, new to me, on the River Bela, with 4 Reed Bunting].



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 17/05/2019 02:06PM by Oz.
Oz
Re: Heversham Moss
May 17, 2019 06:50PM
Another 4 Common Sandpiper this evening at Halforth.
The party of 6 Raven still hanging around the dead sheep. A juvenile definitely begging for food.
A further Sedge Warbler in a new territory on Heversham Moss, making 8 in total.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 17/05/2019 07:07PM by Oz.
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