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RE: Rossall Point


Mike Baron wrote:



A few more spells north and you might get Lancastrian citizenship!

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Mike, as it says in my Biography - "Born in Lancashire but had my identity stolen in 1974" biggrin.gif


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Ian Woosey wrote:

26/4/09

Spot of sea-watching with Jimmy Meadows :

2 f. Velvet Scoters were close in on the rising tide all morning, giving good views in flight and at rest,
Red-throated Diver,
Razorbill,
5+ Sandwich Tern,
4 Common Scoter,
4 Guillemot,
Gannet,
20+Dunlin,
6 Ringed Plover,
5 Knot,
Sanderling,
Whimbrel,
4 Curlew,
3 Turnstone,
Peregrine,
Yellow Wagtail on the golf course.

On the way home we called in at Mythop Flood, near Marton Mere :

Wood Sandpiper,
4 Black-tailed Godwit,
6 Wheatear,
Little Owl,
16 Shelduck.

Beltin day out ! smile.gif

-- Edited by Ian Woosey on Sunday 26th of April 2009 02:14:22 PM






Ian - have you emigrated?

I spent the morning seawatching from Heysham - Pete Marsh was hoping the Rossall Velvets would drift past but obviously nothing doing. I did get the usual stuff including the Black Guillemot and Purple Sand - also had the Wood Sandpiper at Mythop on the way home!

A few more spells north and you might get Lancastrian citizenship!

Mikewink.gif

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26/4/09

Spot of sea-watching with Jimmy Meadows :

2 f. Velvet Scoters were close in on the rising tide all morning, giving good views in flight and at rest,
Red-throated Diver,
Razorbill,
5+ Sandwich Tern,
4 Common Scoter,
4 Guillemot,
Gannet,
20+Dunlin,
6 Ringed Plover,
5 Knot,
Sanderling,
Whimbrel,
4 Curlew,
3 Turnstone,
Peregrine,
Yellow Wagtail on the golf course.

On the way home we called in at Mythop Flood, near Marton Mere :

Wood Sandpiper,
4 Black-tailed Godwit,
6 Wheatear,
Little Owl,
16 Shelduck.

Beltin day out ! smile.gif

-- Edited by Ian Woosey on Sunday 26th of April 2009 02:14:22 PM

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