29.12.19. Birdlog. — Frodsham Marsh Bird Blog

I started my walk along Brook Furlong Lane this morning where a long deadpredated Barn Owl lay outside the pony stable. There were several Raven on the pylons and trees along the lane and then a party of Long-tailed Tit were foraging in the bushes. Out on the River Weaver were the usual Tufted Duck, […]

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