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WhatsApp weekly summary

Posted by pete marsh 
WhatsApp weekly summary
November 22, 2019 01:17PM
Ad Little Gull Heysham outfalls throughout - good photo ops
Ring -necked Duck - 1cy Drake Pine Lake, mainly NW corner throughout except Wed when deduced to be but not definitely with Tufted on Borwick Lake (the eastern pit opp side of road from Clearwater). Can be very tricky to pick out when asleep
Scaup - one tidal ad drake seen JBP/SJ, 5 on Pine Lake (ad M, 1cyM, 3 F), one Leighton Lilians
Great White Egret - 2-3 Lune est/Heysham, 2 Holme/Burton area, 2-4 Leighton/Silverdale Moss/Kent Est
Cinnamon Teal x Shoveler - drake EM Pool 15/11
Garganey - 2 x f/imm Leighton Griesdale to 15/11 at least
neg news Heysham Purple Sand since 14/11
neg on any Waxwing reports since the singleton in Morecambe - national numbers suggest keep checking ornamental rowans

Also Common Sand Golden Ball area 17/11, Crimson Rosella may still be around Middleton NR/healing centre (las report 16/11), 117 Little Egret (& 2 GWE) ashton hall roost 17/11
Rumour of Snow Bunting still Plover Scar midweek

RFI: Chiffchaffs at Stodday sewage works anyone checked recently and are they all collybita?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 22/11/2019 01:20PM by pete marsh.
Re: WhatsApp weekly summary
November 22, 2019 06:36PM
I should get the opportunity to check out the sewerage works on Sunday.

Guy
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