Wilson's Phalarope

Another bird I hadn't seen in a while turned up very obligingly at Seaforth and stayed just long enough for me to twitch it! This male Wilson's Phalarope was definitely worth the trip as it fed relatively close to the hide (certainly a better view than the people standing at the Marine Lake.
After that I headed to my sister's house in Orrell via Houghton Green Flash where the Black-necked Grebe was sat in the middle alongside a couple of Great-cresteds.

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