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Skomer/Ramsey Islands: puffins and shearwaters.
Worlds End, Leasowes and Burton Mere RSPB: warblers and grouse.
Bridges/Stiperstones- flycatchers and owls
Mike headed for the River Dee to tick off a number of species of birds on his quest to count 200 in 2019.
March 27th 2019 – Titterstone Clee
23rd March Venus Pool
March 11th – Rowton, North Shropshire
One of the birds on my ‘tricky’ list, and one that is unfortunately not doing very well nationally, is the Lesser Spotted Woodpecker. It is a bird that I have never seen, so on Saturday 2nd March…
Not that I need much excuse to go birding but a free afternoon on a glorious sunny late winter’s day gave me the perfect excuse to nip out to SWT’s Earl’s Hill nature reserve, on the hunt for…
One of the areas that I have come across during my research into good, relatively local, birding spots has been the Wirral, and over the first couple of months of this year I have visited on a…