Alan SmithParticipantFebruary 14, 2021 at 7:24 pmPost count: 64
200 Black Tailed Godwit
800 Bar Tailed Godwit
2 Mallard (Where are they)
7 LBB Gull
37 BH Gull
1 Short Eared Owl
1 Rock Pipit in front of house at high water
In the garden,
Blue and great Tit
Song Thrush (very rare sighting nowadays) feeding on ground feed and meal worms, soaked for awhile in warm water to make them soft and also it brings the oil out.
1 Fieldfare (been with us all week, feeding on apples saved from summer and ground feed
Robins (three in garden at the moment, feathers will fly I suspect soon
Wren feeding on crushed mealworm and berry flavoured suet pellets
Pied Wagtail feeding as above
Above and below count carried out on Saturday due to severe wind on Sunday which duly arrived, force ten at times with very few birds to be seen. The shoreline on Saturday was freezing on the incoming tide
Glasson Marsh from Sunderland Point
120 Grey Plover
42 Crows Doesn’t look good for future ground nesters
14 LBB Gull
2 FM Hen Harrier Hawking fields at northern end of Crook Farm
2 Hares on the marsh, feeding and chasing each other but not yet boxing.
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