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