Hilbre Bird Observatory: fifth September 2022 


Weather Condition: SE pressure 2

A birder on the aquatic lake wall surface had an interesting minute as an Osprey flew over, floated as well as dived for a fish in the lake, appropriate along with site visitors strolling the wall surface as well as unaware to the dramatization unraveling. The Osprey flew to the Tanskey rocks to consume as well as remained on the rocks for a hr approximately prior to flying off to the lake and after that over Wirral (pictures RS). It was seen distantly on Tanskies by 3 obs participants from different perspectives consisting of the primary island.

At the same time on the island points were a whole lot much less heading production. A Typical Snipe was purged initial point on the coral reef simply southern of Center. On arrival no warblers were located as well as no Wheartears although one did show up at the north end in the future.

A handful of Swallows began relocating via late early morning as did a.
Grey Wagtail as well as the pair of Robins ringed were unquestionably newbies. The roaming group of LInnets phoned number 70 on Center at one phase. Cormorants once more collected at the north end in the sunlight, the eco-friendly ringed bird was seen once more.

At the same time on the eastern side of the north end rocks Sandwich Terns put together in choice to the eastern hoyle sands.

There had to do with 45 Sandwich Terns yet additionally a couple of Usual Terns.

In the mid-day they were back on the eastern hoyle.

Sandwich as well as Usual Terns revealed their trip abilities.

As did the Gannets, a number of in sight throughout the day.

Fifiteen Bar-tailed Godwits were kept in mind on the mid-day flooding trend as well as 12 Black-tailed Godwits alnded in a team on the coast.

9 Little Egrets got on the coast. One more day of lots of Red Admirals, in specific locations they developed loosened teams with each other.

Photos CJ, SRW & & many thanks to Richard Speechley (Osprey)

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