Dan HaywoodParticipantDecember 28, 2020 at 3:58 pmPost count: 518
Six Reed Buntings
Four Lesser Redpolls
A Mistle Thrush and a singing Nuthatch in Pony Wood
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Dan HaywoodParticipantDecember 30, 2020 at 7:56 pmPost count: 518
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Up to 30 Chaffinches and six Reed Buntings were taking advantage of the society’s table cuisine and ground feeding (5-10 metres left of the table as viewed from double gate) this afternoon.
It’s at SD467605 (the south end of Fairfield NR by Pony Wood), 190 metres west of Aldcliffe Rd, S Lancaster.
What3Words for the viewing area on the junction of two footpaths is is lizard.tripling.consoled
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