Monthly Archives: January 2012

Sefton Park, 29th January 2012

Our first Sunday walk of 2012 was on a cold, still day with the temperature just above freezing. At the south end of Sefton Park lake the usual crowd of Mute Swans, Canada Geese, Mallards, pigeons and Black-headed Gulls were … Continue reading

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Marton Mere 22/1/12

On a rather cloudy, windy day with the occasional brief downpour the MNA commenced its 2012 programme with a coach trip to Lancashire’s largest natural lake and a SSSI, an area of open water, reedbeds, grassland and scrub close to … Continue reading

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Sefton Meadows 17/1/12

This was a vintage day for raptors in an amazing frosted and misty environment of grassland, copses, arable, scrub, coverts, deep ditches and the heavily embanked River Alt – almost reminiscent of the Fens. Richard and I started off with … Continue reading

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