01.02.20. Birdlog. — Frodsham Marsh Bird Blog

A big walk around the marsh produced the goods. I made my way along Brook Furlong Lane just as the shooters were commencing their activities. The sound of gun fire sent all the ducks sheltering from the keen westerly wind back to the Weaver Estuary. A flock of c200 Tufted Duck, 32 common Pochard, 12 […]

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