Off peak ticket

No apologies for blogging yet more pictures of His Royal Peachiness… when the wind brings you Whinchats, the very least you can do is enjoy the pants off ’em!
Stunning birds.
That said, back in the lunchtime routine in the dunes south of Shore Road at Ainsdale this week, and the briefer visits later in the day are certainly a different kettle of fish.
Or chats.
Far less activity, although tonight’s heavy rain may have grounded some stuff hopefully – who’s checking the mosses for the “D-bird” tomorrow???

A good break from the desk each day though, and any encounter with a Whinchat is to be savoured.

23.4.19, 1245-1345:
Willow Warbler 6, Whitethroat 9, Gropper 1, Sedge Warbler 1, Wheatear 1, Stonechat 1, alba wag 2, Swallow 3, Little Egret 1 (plus Buzzard, Kestrel, Mipits etc).

24.4.19, 1245-1345:
Whitethroat 7, Willow Warbler 9, Sedge Warbler 1, Gropper 2, Whinchat 1, Redpoll 1, Wheatear 2, Skylark 3 (plus Buzzard, Kestrel, Linnet, Mipits, Greenfinch etc).

Doubt I’ll escape the green coalface for a day or two now, so don’t forget to let me know what you see….many thanks.

3 thoughts on “Off peak ticket

  1. Sefton Park still has its Iceland Gull , Great Crested Grebe and Coot were making nests out of plastic bags ( NOT GOOD) .
    Leasowe Lighthouse had a few Wheatear knocking about .Called into Burton mere RSPB Mediterranean Gulls showing lovely ,Garganey ,spoonbill and Great White Egret were elusive.

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  2. Haha yeah john trying to fit as much as i can in my last days off .Ive just read on twitter yellow wagtails were at Leasowe. NOT When i was there same old story for me .

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