Lancashire Bird Report 2011

2011 Lancashire Bird Report - Due out very soon
After many man-days of work again this year, the report has arrived and I'm about to post it out to members of the Lancashire and Cheshire Fauna Society. It will be available soon in selected outlets around the county - Seaforth, Marshside, In-Focus (at Martin Mere), Mere Sands Wood, Brockholes and Leighton Moss.

Four county firsts are included, I saw the Solitary Sandpiper and the Short-toed Lark but didn't go for the Iberian Chiffchaff. As for the fourth, well no-one apart from some vets saw that one alive - a Yellow-billed Cuckoo! And then there's the first confirmed British record of a 'Caspian' Reed Warbler found dead in December. All good stuff so get a copy!!!

Next publication - the Dragonfly Atlas perhaps!

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