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Quick post to say the Willow Tits are back - disappeared for the summer returned end of October. At least 2, maybe more but difficult to say. Never had any ongoing contact with the research group looking into Willow Tit populations etc - but very pleased they are back. Aslso today 75 Pink Feet headi...
Heard strange but vaguely familiar call coming from back garden. In top of oak tree a Ringed-necked Parakeet - call very similar to Australian variety! Looked very out of place, stayed around the surrounding gardens for most of afternoon - last seen flying off towards hospital.
Given the concerns re. the huge drop in Hedgehog numbers in recent years I have to say that this year I've seen more Hedgehogs than in the last few years. Unfortunately a few dead on the roads - particularly A674 towards Blackburn, West Way around Astley Village. Also got a couple of regulars in the...
- Sat Feb 28, 2015 5:24 pm
- Forum: Recent Sightings
- Topic: Croston/mawdesley moss .
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BTO confirm 90% drop in Siskins this year - comparatively mild weather has meant little or restricted movement from breeding grounds - shame - missed the little souls on my bird table!
Hi Mark - sounds great - look forward to seeing it - have you had any contact with Eric Issacs the geologist from Heath Charnock - has spent a huge mount of time on the moor and has some super knowledge of the place- he did a lecture for Chorley Historical Society a few weeks ago - I'm sure they wil...