15.11.21. Birdlog.

Eurasian Kestrel - Ray Scally
Kestrel – Ray Scally.

Some eBird sightings from Ray Scally covering Marsh Farm & Weaver Estuary

List:

07.26:

  1. Mute Swan Number observed: 12
  2. Common Shelduck Number observed: 25
  3. Gadwall Number observed: 2
  4. Eurasian Wigeon Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  5. Mallard Number observed: X
  6. Northern Pintail Number observed:
  7. Green-winged Teal (Eurasian) Number observed: 200
  8. Common Pochard Number observed: 17
  9. Tufted Duck Number observed: 84
  10. Common Goldeneye Number observed: 4
  11. Ring-necked Pheasant Number observed: 3
  12. Little Grebe Number observed: 1
  13. Great Crested Grebe Number observed: 15
  14. Rock Pigeon (Feral Pigeon) Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  15. Common Wood-Pigeon Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  16. Eurasian Moorhen Number observed: 2
  17. Eurasian Coot Number observed: 64
  18. Northern Lapwing Number observed: 140
  19. Eurasian Curlew Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  20. Common Snipe Number observed: 1
  21. Common Sandpiper Number observed: 1Details Seen on Weaver scoping towards Marsh Farm.
  22. Common Redshank Number observed: 135
  23. Black-headed Gull Number observed: 300
  24. Common Gull Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  25. Herring Gull Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  26. Lesser Black-backed Gull Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  27. Great Black-backed Gull Number observed: 1 Flyover (Observed)
  28. Larus sp.Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  29. Great Cormorant Number observed: 10
  30. Gray Heron Number observed: 4
  31. Great Egret Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  32. Little Egret Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  33. Cattle Egret Number observed: 3 Details1 in field with cows by Weaver, 2 early morning fly overs.
  34. Eurasian Sparrowhawk Number observed: 1
  35. Common Buzzard Number observed:
  36. Great Spotted Woodpecker Number observed: 1
  37. Eurasian Kestrel Number observed: 2
  38. Eurasian Magpie Number observed: 12
  39. Carrion Crow Number observed: 15
  40. Common Raven Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  41. Eurasian Blue Tit Number observed: 5
  42. Great Tit Number observed: 2
  43. Eurasian Skylark Number observed: 1
  44. Common Chiffchaff Number observed:
  45. Cetti’s Warbler Number observed: 3
  46. Long-tailed TitNumber observed: 12
  47. Goldcrest Number observed: 2
  48. Eurasian Wren (British) Number observed: 6
  49. European Starling Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  50. Redwing Number observed: 175
  51. Eurasian Blackbird Number observed: 17
  52. European Robin Number observed: 7
  53. Dunnock Number observed: 5
  54. White Wagtail (British) Number observed: 8
  55. Meadow Pipit Number observed: 15
  56. Common Chaffinch Number observed: 8
  57. Eurasian Bullfinch Number observed: 2
  58. European Goldfinch Number observed: 25
  59. Reed Bunting

09.53:

Common Chiffchaff - Ray Scally
Common Chiffchaff – Ray Scally.
  1. Mute Swan Number observed: 5
  2. Common Shelduck Number observed: X
  3. Northern Shoveler Number observed: 113
  4. Gadwall Number observed: 2
  5. Eurasian Wigeon Number observed: 45
  6. Mallard Number observed: 64
  7. Northern Pintail Number observed: 46
  8. Green-winged Teal (Eurasian) Number observed: 250
  9. Common Pochard Number observed: 7
  10. Tufted Duck Number observed: 15
  11. Little Grebe Number observed: 23
  12. Stock Dove Number observed: 25
  13. Common Wood-Pigeon Number observed: 130
  14. Eurasian Moorhen Number observed: 15
  15. Northern Lapwing Number observed: 361
  16. Black-tailed Godwit Number observed: 5
  17. Dunlin Number observed: 24Details Flying distantly viewed from Marsh Farm.
  18. Common Snipe Number observed: 1
  19. Common Redshank Number observed: X
  20. Black-headed Gull Number observed: 150
  21. Common Gull Number observed:Flyover (Observed)
  22. Herring Gull Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  23. Great Black-backed Gull Number observed: 4
  24. Great Cormorant Number observed: 2
  25. Gray Heron Number observed: 3
  26. Cattle Egret Number observed: 2
  27. Eurasian Sparrowhawk Number observed: 1
  28. Common Buzzard Number observed: 3
  29. Eurasian Kestrel
  30. Eurasian Magpie Number observed: 11
  31. Eurasian Jackdaw Number observed: 150
  32. Rook Number observed: 5
  33. Carrion Crow Number observed: 50
  34. crow sp. Number observed: 150
  35. Common Raven Number observed: 5
  36. Eurasian Blue Tit Number observed:
  37. Great Tit Number observed: 2
  38. Eurasian Skylark Number observed: 8
  39. Cetti’s Warbler Number observed: 5
  40. Long-tailed Tit Number observed: 6
  41. Goldcrest Number observed: 2
  42. Eurasian Wren (British) Number observed: 7
  43. European Starling Number observed:
  44. Song Thrush Number observed: 2
  45. RedwingNumber observed: 60
  46. Eurasian Blackbird Number observed: 18
  47. Fieldfare Number observed: 4
  48. European Robin Number observed: 4
  49. European Stonechat Number observed: 1
  50. Dunnock Number observed: 4
  51. White Wagtail (British) Number observed: 3
  52. Meadow Pipit Number observed: 12
  53. Common Chaffinch Number observed: 47
  54. Eurasian Bullfinch Number observed: 1
  55. Eurasian Linnet Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  56. Lesser Redpoll Number observed: Flyover (Observed)
  57. European Goldfinch Number observed: 30
  58. Reed Bunting
  59. Observer: Ray Scally (images).

The Weaver Bend produced a Common Kingfisher which ‘Belted’ by! On the River Weaver there was not one but two Common Sandpiper together, 8 Common Goldeneye and 15 Common Pochard.


Over a dozen Cetti’s Warbler were heard and European Robin seemed to be in good numbers.
Observer: Mark (Whipper) Gibson.

Image
Female Whooper Swan – WSM.

The march of the swans Spike Island’s celebrity Whooper Swan leading the herd of the Sankey Canal, Widnes.

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