The Dee Estuary, on the North Wales / North-West England border, is one of the United Kingdom's premier birding locations for wetland and shorebirds. This Web site describes the best Dee Estuary birdwatching areas with detailed maps and latest bird news for dedicated twitchers and casual birdwatchers alike.(more)
80+ Twite - Connah's Quay Nature Reserve seen from West Hide.
700 Black-tailed Godwit and 280 Pintail - Thurstaston Shore as tide came in.
1 Cattle Egret, 1 ring-tail Hen Harrier and 1 Marsh Harrier - Burton Mere Wetlands.
2 Marsh Harrier (juvs), 1 Hen Harrier, 1 Cattle Egret, 1 Cetti's Warbler, 1 Kingfisher and 100+ Pinkfooted Geese - Burton Mere Wetlands.
1 Marsh Harrier and 2 Hen Harrier (ringtail) - Old Baths, Parkgate, this afternoon.
1 Kingfisher - New Brighton Marine Lake, flew off west along coast.
1 Cattle Egret, 1 Marsh Harrier, 1 Merlin and 1 Hen Harrier (ringtail) - Burton Mere Wetlands.
115+ Twite - Connah's Quay Nature Reserve seen from West Hide.
1 Greenshank on groyne - Meols Shore.
250 Common Scoter and 1 Red-throated Diver - Leasowe Lighthouse.
1 Hen Harrier (ringtail) came into roost, also 1 Merlin - Old Baths, Parkgate.
1 Hen Harrier (ringtail) and 1 Merlin - Denhall Quay this afternoon.
The October Newsletter includes:
The Grey Wagtail Passage September 2014, Colour
Ring Report and
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