Category: Birds2blog

Closed!

The Lune Estuary gave the impression it was closed on Monday, with sightings at a premium, and not for want of time and effort, although…. Three Common Sandpiper had arrived at Conder Green, a lone Black-tailed Godwit was in the creeks, and…

The Urban Egret.

Little Egret. Hala Carr. Pete Woodruff.Cloudy and windy, not a choice day for the walk from Bowerham to Lancaster University via a mainly scenic route, it produced the surprise of a Little Egret looking set to become a garden bird candidate when this i…

Friday 12 April.

Another original title!Conder Green. Pete WoodruffI found a Common Sandpiper at Conder Green yesterday. Probably a returning bird, but the interesting thing about the sighting, the bird was found at the same location where I saw the wintering bird on e…

Wait For It!

On my second visit this month, the Lune Estuary has yet to show me any signs of migration, with the exception of one or two sightings, I’ve seen just three Sand Martin, a Chiffchaff, and two Avocet on Conder Pool.Meadow Pipit. Pete Woodruff.On Conder P…

Seven Months Later.

Apart from a few Occupational Therapy style outings pretending to be birding, I was out yesterday to be a little more serious for the first time since my Birk Bank visit on 31 August 2018.Avocet. Conder Pool 24 March. Ian Pinkerton.It was good to find&…

The Terns Are Coming.

There’s light at the end of the tunnel, and at least some normality looks set to return for my birding soon, here’s hoping.Meanwhile….In around five weeks time I’m personally hoping the Common Terns will have arrived back on Conder Pool on the Lune E…

Resurrection.

I’m as yet not able to bird – definitely not able to bird as I knew it – since 2 September, in fact my few attempts to do so have been abysmal, and as my last post on 2 January made clear, Birds2blog was closed for refurbishment, and that I would …