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Heversham Moss Whooper Swan

Posted by Oz 
Oz
Heversham Moss Whooper Swan
November 04, 2019 04:14PM
The Whooper Swan flock is still in the wet stubble field by Marsh Farm.
Now grown to 47.
Also a flock of 60 Skylark, 80 Canada Goose, 15 Mute Swan in the same field. A Peregrine flew over.
Estuary- 90 Dunlin, 57 Shelduck and 350 Lapwing.
A flock of 7 Tree Sparrow on feeders at College Green Farm.
Also 1 Common Snipe, 6 Little Egret and 1 Little Owl
There's a lot of berries this year; not surprising to see impressive numbers of Redwing and Fieldfare.



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