Mersey WeBS Count Images

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“You should see the other guy”.

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Redshank flock sheltering from the tide on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal and a couple of Little Stint hiding (top left and bottom right).

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Ravens are ever popular on the marshes cleaning up the dead mutton carcasses.

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Frodsham Score and Ince Marshes produce some excellent Stock Dove, shorebird and wildfowl counts.

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Sods of salt marsh kicked up by an advancing tide and wind and then deposited on the marsh to dissolve and be washed away with the next high tide.

All images from previous BTO counts by regular WeBS counter Shaun Hickey.

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