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  • stephen wallis
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    in reply to: Aldcliffe #5207

    12/04/ 08.15 – 09.15
    Willow warbler 2 heard
    Chiffchaff numerous
    Blackcap pair railway cutting
    Wheatear 5 on marsh
    LRP 2 wildfowlers
    Meadow pipit 2 fence wildfowlers
    Pied wag 3 flood
    Swallow 2×2 parties
    Sand martin few small parties through (Skerton weir yesterday 20 +2 House martin)
    Jay 1

    stephen wallis
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    15.15 Great egret between Warton Millhead SD 49840 71791

    stephen wallis
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    in reply to: Aldcliffe #3863

    2 Wheatear on the flood that isn’t flooded.
    A whimbrel on the edge of Aldcliffe marsh.

    stephen wallis
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    Reed bunting, pair of Blackcap this morning.
    Little egret at the weir, Mute swan numbers increasing 15. Goosander 5

    stephen wallis
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    in reply to: Freehold swifts #3298

    Skerton Mainway.
    Small party seen daily, mornings and evenings.

    stephen wallis
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    in reply to: More Whinchats. #3234

    Aldcliffe Wildfowlers
    At least 3 whinchats
    wheatear 6, plus 3 on river bank

    stephen wallis
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    in reply to: More Whinchats. #3220

    Quick visit 9am…wildfowlers
    1 whinchat
    6 wheatear
    2 stock dove maize field

    stephen wallis
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    Lesser whitethroat 1 wildfowlers, also Black-tailed godwits, snipe, LRP etc
    Wheatear 1 maize field dung heap, 2 on flood, also on flood meadow pipits, pied/white wagtails
    Peregrine 1.
    Willow warbler singing, Freemans Wood.

    stephen wallis
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    Green Woodpecker, Rowton Brook Farm woods.
    Jubilee Tower area, Lapwings, Snipe, Golden Plover, Curlew, Redshank, Skylark quite a few (great view of pair on molehills)
    Wheatear 2, Meadow Pipits and Pied wagtails (Abbeystead Lane area).
    Buzzard 5 circling Procter Moss Road.
    LBB Gulls good number present, some in field others circling towards Hawthornthwaite fell Top area.
    Raven (Caw House area), Jackdaws numerous, Carrion crow numerous.

    stephen wallis
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    in reply to: Skerton Weir #1719

    Common sandpiper was on the small area of mud at the southern tip of the island as seen from the marshy bit just off the path at Skerton.

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