07.05.13. Birdlog

07.05.13. Birdlog.

07.05.13. Yellow Wagtail. Frodsham Marsh. Paul Crawley

Several Wheatear still lingered on the marsh and a weasel along Lordship Lane was notable. On the way back home on the corner of Straight Length and Godscroft Lanes I had this Yellow Wagtail, it is technically the marsh so counts! The bird looks partially silhouetted against the oil seed rape field backdrop.
Observer: Paul Crawley.

A report of Garganey on the marsh?

Next WeBS Count 12.05.13

Toni Ray Sherlock Teal out of the 'gutter'.

Remember it’s still migration season and what better way to find your own migrants than joining us on the monthly WeBS count. Ducks, geese and shorebirds have the urge to push north and obviously our river attracts birds refuelling on their journey ahead. If you interested in helping out at the next WeBS Count on the banks of the River Mersey then please send an email to Dermot Smith or visit here Mersey Estuary WeBS | Facebook  page.

Next count is this Sunday 12th May, high tide at 13.21