Sunday, 27 February 2011

The Avocets have arrived.



Meanwhile a short walk up the coast from Birkdale Avocets have arrived. The local RSPB Blog for the Marshshide Reserve records:


4 Avocets have been out on Rimmer's Marsh today but they didn't have the stage to themselves. Oystercatchers are plotting nesting sites on Rainford's Island while on the reserve as a whole there are still thousands of Pink-feet coming and going with a couple of Barnacle Geese seen with them

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