Frodsham Marsh

Posted: July 27, 2018 in Birds, Cheshire, Natural History, UK
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This is one area that is on ‘my want to visit’ list. I have read some great reports of what can be seen. Seems to me like one of those great places that many birders have never heard of.

A late afternoon walk along the River Weaver.There wasn’t a great deal on the water today except for a couple of Common Sandpiper along the river bank. There were 5 Black-tailed Godwit, 6 Redshank, c200 Lapwing out on the exposed sand bank. A surprise was a Ruddy Shelduck which was seen to leave the river and head […]

via 25.07.18. Birdlog. — Frodsham Marsh BirdBlog

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