For overseas visitors to this blog: Frodsham Marsh is situated in the north-west of Cheshire, a county in the North West of England. Roughly half way down the west coast of the U.K. it is sandwiched between Liverpool and Manchester, and on the south banks of the Mighty River Mersey.
Frodsham Marsh BirdBlog is a virtual replacement for the trusty old birdlog that was situated on the marsh. It served a purpose (since 1986) before the advance of the internet and, was always a first stop off before deciding which direction to take on a birder’s visit.
I decided something a little more user-friendly was called for, so, I’ve created this blog. This is not only to record my observations of the bird and wildlife present, but also to include other observers’ sightings and views about one of the best birding areas in Britain.
See review of blog on Birding Frontiers: http://birdingfrontiers.com/2012/06/03/birding-roots/
BirdGuides highlighted the marsh on their site in August 2012 follow the link and find out more. Featured Site: Frodsham Marsh, Cheshire
If you have sightings or a message either email me or use the comment box above.