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Post Info TOPIC: Other Manchester City Centre birds


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RE: Other Manchester City Centre birds


I've been submitting Roving Records for the City Centre and now have 15 species (no BX though )

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Mistle Thrushes can be found on the grass outside Urbis on a quiet morning. Plenty of birds to be seen right in the city centre!

-- Edited by Henry Cook at 07:59, 2008-06-11

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This didn't really belong on the Black Redstart thread which is already getting full of other stuff (mea culpa) so I thought I'd start a new thread for other regular steetwise stuff. Looking up for Redstarts there are quite a lot of breeding birds on our city centre rooftops as well as the stars. Today I heard chicks calling outside the back door of where I work at Manchester Art Gallery and saw a Blue Tit perching on a phone wire with food then flying up to the Casino rooftop on George St., where I presume there's a nest. Dunnocks are anywhere there's a hedge round a car park and the Grey Wags on the same building as the BXs have already been seen and appreciated. Goldfinches are prevalent in the city centre too.

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