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Post Info TOPIC: Alderley park, Alderley Edge.


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RE: Alderley park, Alderley Edge.


Lots of Sand and House Martins and Swallows watched from the Edge this afternoon. All scattered when a Hobby went through.



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Thanks mate

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No pal wasn't even my bird! Just thought I would pass on the sighting.

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Thanks Jason - cracking record of Lesser Spotted Woodpecker there, you get any pics, had a look at the blog but the Eastern Olivaceous Warbler was the last update.

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Hi Paul.
Alderley Edge park is a fully functioning access all areas public space!

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JasonAtkinson wrote:

This sighting relates to Alderley Edge park corner of Ryleys Lane/Wilmslow Road, not Alderley park which is actually AZ.

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Jason





Jason,
Presumably that's public access unlike the Alderley Park, Astro-Zeneca bit which is staff only? Do you just view from the corner mentioned or can you go in?

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This sighting relates to Alderley Edge park corner of Ryleys Lane/Wilmslow Road, not Alderley park which is actually AZ.

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Female Lesser Spotted Woodpecker feeding in park yesterday afternoon.

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