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Posted by Barrie Cooper 
March 21, 2020 12:44PM
Twenty-nine Whooper Swans (including two juveniles) on one of the WIldlfowlers' Pools. Also approximately 350 Black-tailed Godwits on the pool.

A few pairs of Lapwing displaying around the maize field and plenty of Redshank feeding in the field.

Twenty Meadow Pipits heading north at 9.30.

The five Greenland White-fronted Geese were on Heaton Marsh.
Re: Aldcliffe
March 21, 2020 03:16PM
The herd of 29 Whooper Swans were still on the Wildfowlers' Pools at 2.00 pm.

2 Wheatear along the salt-marsh side of the sea wall on Aldcliffe Marsh (3 there during the morning according to a dog-walker).

c.1000 Pink-footed Geese on Colloway Marsh

A male Rose-ringed Parakeet trying, but failing to dislodge a Jackdaw from a nesting hole in an oak tree in Admiralty Wood, Aldcliffe.

Pete C

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21/03/2020 07:23PM by P Crooks.
Re: Aldcliffe
March 22, 2020 09:58AM
Where is Admiralty Wood, I saw a Parakeet at Pony Wood recently!

Jim Shep.
Re: Aldcliffe
March 22, 2020 02:10PM
Admiralty Wood is the group of mainly oak trees (its hardly a 'wood') to the SW of Pony Wood - i.e. between Aldcliffe village and the path connecting Aldcliffe Road and Willow Lane. I've used the name Admiralty Wood as this is what Jon Carter calls it on his map of the Aldcliffe area on his Aldcliffe blog.

Pete C
Re: Aldcliffe
March 22, 2020 04:32PM
The male Rose-ringed Parakeet was again in Admiralty Wood early this afternoon.

Pete C
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