04.05.19. Birdlog.

Frodsham Marsh Bird Blog

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I was out early doors starting at Godscroft Lane where yet another Brown Hare crossed my path as I parked the car.

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On to Lordship Lane which was full of singing Reed and Sedge Warbler filling the morning air before being put in their place by the sudden blast from a Cetti’s Warbler and normal service was resumed. Nesting begins in earnest and Common Whitethroat and Reed Bunting busy building while nearby a Kestrel was hunting the bank.

The Welsh hills could be seen in the distance with a covering of snow and Frodsham Marsh felt the effects of the cold, but it was bright encouraging the birds to start breed and nest.

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Looking over the reed bed on No.6 tank both Marsh and Hen Harrier were seen at the same time quartering the beds for food. Further on a dozen or more Avocet (plus c40 Black-tailed Godwit were about)…

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