Author: Pete Woodruff

The Stonechat At Last!

Conder Pool has been pretty hard work on recent visits, not helped by the departure of the Little Grebe, they have generally left Conder Pool by early December, though an exceptional count for the date at Conder Green was of 15 on 3 December,…

This Is A Merry Christmas!

I can’t get out birding at the moment – I’m not up to it – and I can’t think of a better way to fill the gap than this to spread the word.  Seeing is believing….I used this expression in my post about seeing in excess of 1,000 Fieldfare and…

A Little Pre Christmas Routine.

Definitely not routine in a boring way, but a wander on Monday around the Lune Estuary before Christmas, started by finding Conder Pool having just five birds present, 2 Magpie, a Goosander, a Grey Heron, and the semi-resident Lesser Black-backed …

Seeing Is Believing.

Well I thought I’d seen it all on Monday with the unprecedented numbers of winter thrushes to be seen around the Lune Estuary. But Tuesday was to be a repeat and more when I decided to do the 5 mile trek from Lancaster to Glasson Dock, and by the time …

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