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Dean Mac wrote:


  I think it's safe to say i'll not include Anglezarke here anymore.
 
Don't really want to get involved in border disputes
But seriously, Ian this is a great website.Keep up the good work.


Dean,

The boundary dispute is just a bit of banter!  The request for records is serious.  If any Greater Manchester birders have records from the Rivington / Anglezarke area, they would be very much appreciated.  I repeat that they can be posted on the Chorley Natural History Society Forum at www.chorleynats.org.uk/forum.  Thank you in anticipation.

Neil Southworth (Bird Recorder CDNHS)



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  I think it's safe to say i'll not include Anglezarke here anymore.
 
Don't really want to get involved in border disputes
But seriously, Ian this is a great website.Keep up the good work.

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Hi Ian. I will not abuse the thread which is for sightings only. Thanks for the web site and all your work etc. Etherow is actually my patch

Geoff

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geoff wrote:

No such place as Greater Manchester County, so no problem

Went there last week. Goldcrest 3 feet away. Redwings,Grebe.Goldeneye

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Not sure I'd quite go that far Geoff otherwise, not only would I be assistant county recorder of nothing, own a website covering nothing, have worked very hard to achieve the highest county year list for nowhere but it also means I work for a Fire service that actually doesn't exist! Mind you, as long as they continue to pay my wages

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Too right we can get touchy about neighbouring counties muscling in on our area!  We're fed up of repelling empire builders!

Seriously though, if you have any records for the Chorley recording area - the area north of Wigan and Bolton - we will be pleased to receive them on our forum, if you wish to register at www.chorleynats.org.uk/forum.


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No such place as Greater Manchester County, so no problem

Went there last week. Goldcrest 3 feet away. Redwings,Grebe.Goldeneye

-- Edited by geoff at 07:58, 2007-02-19

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Not a problem Dean, you're not alone in the old Lancs and Cheshire boundries either

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   Ooops. Sorry Ian, affraid i'm one of the old school who still thinks we're all still Lancashire.

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A nice walk indeed Dean, but be careful, people can get touchy about posting from outside the county

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   Had a nice walk round Anglezarke today. 
   1 male and 2 female Goldeneye on the top small reservoir (think it's called Yarrow). Male starting to display.
   A Buzzard over the car park and really close up look at a Treecreeper.
  

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