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Black Tern at Sandgrounders
Yesterdays winds brought a Juvenile Black Tern to the reserve. It was seen at midday on Suttons marsh heading south across the reserve. Good but short views of it in front of the hide and over Rainford's lagoon before it headed onto Rimmers Marsh. The same bird was later seen, again in front of the...
7 Sep 2011
It was certainly a first for me! Blue winged teal at Junction pool screen today at midday doing exactly what it says in the book; associating with shovelers . Consensus from the birding crowd was that it was an adult female. According to BTO the last record of these American birds turning up in the area...
16 Sep 2012
Avocets are back!
Two Avocets arrived back at the reserve today. They were first seen in front of Sandgrounders hide on Suttons Marsh this morning but have since moved over to Rimmers Marsh and can be seen from Nels hide or the half way screen.
27 Feb 2012
New pool at Marshside attracts an american visitor
A drake american wigeon was seen yesterday on rimmers marsh enjoying the new pool we have recently created. Ron Jackson managed to film the bird yesterday from Nel's hide, click here to view it. Ron also has footage of the ross's goose at Marshside which has been seen on Sutton's marsh...
14 Nov 2013
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