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Starling Murmurations..


Similar numbers at Frodsham

Frodsham - Marsh Lane, over M56, fork left (Moorditch Lane), mind the pot-holes, after 400 yards take 1st Right up ramp, single track with occasional passing places, along straight for 600 yards then stop before right+left bend & view

Likely other birders/photographers there too; can climb small bank to view better (mind the nettles). Only a few yards to walk. Best viewed when light starts fading

Probably Marsh Harriers there too at dusk

Some pics near the bottom of this:

https://frodshammarshbirdblog.wordpress.com/2017/12

SJ 49686 78290

-- Edited by John Watson on Tuesday 9th of January 2018 08:14:18 AM

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There have been 20,000 at Newchurch Common, Steve, but as you know quite a walk and wellies essential, so maybe not the ideal scenario?



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Afternoon All,

Are there any murmurations happening local to Manchester, worst case up to 50 mile away?

I am asking on behalf of a local lady, whom has an elderly relative who cannot walk great distances wanting to see one.

Have pointed out Blackpool, Martin Mere and Marbury/Neumann Flash, but was wondering if there are any others..

They are prepared to walk a little but sounds like they would prefer to watch from the car..

Many thanks


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