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Post Info TOPIC: Roseate Terns, Seaforth 01/07


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RE: Roseate Terns, Seaforth 01/07


Any time wink.gif I just wish it would happen more often!


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thanks for putting the report out ian had the pleasure of viewing them 90 minutes later

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After a 'tour' of the Sefton coast today, imagine my surprise after calling into Crosby Marina and setting my scope up against the railings looking into Seaforth, when the very first bird I look at is an adult Roseate Tern biggrin.gif Now I realise there had been one around afew weeks ago (no news since then though) but that bird was ringed and this one wasn't but wait a minute...there's another one next to it and that one is ringed biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif They showed well sat around on the causeway and occasionally flying around and I managed a couple of reasonable record shots considering the distance I was from them, put 'em on the bird info services and left a happy chappie.

Also there was a single 1st summer Little Gull, around a dozen 1st summer Kittewakes, perhaps 20 Sandwich Terns and plenty of Common Terns.

Out of county birding...brilliant

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