Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Whooper Swan 38 (all adult except one first winter) circled the area at 0910. Also: 680 Pink-footed Goose over, 4 Rook, 32 Common Gull, 31 Redwing and 2 Stonechat.

Derek Evans

Re: Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Dear Damian

Sorry for the slow reply. I don't have a smartphone and just check my email on a desktop once per day.

By all means phone me anytime: 07855266300 or on the landline 01744 750279.

Most often the Stonechat(s) are around the stables, on the dung heap there, on the wire fences or along the scrappy hedges or in the bracken. I never pass through the stables (though some birders/photographers do). I walk up towards the stables from the east side and then retreat and go all the way round to the west side of the stables. These are not public footpaths but the farmer (Joe) is OK as long as he knows you're birding. As you can probably tell, I have been concentrating on Moss Lane (only!) for some weeks now. When I visit I always go at first light. I didn't go today.

Very best wishes

Derek

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 10:16 AM Damian Pendlebury <sightings@outlook.com> wrote:

Hi Derek,

 

Whereabouts are you seeing the stonechat? I might pop out for a look this afternoon.

 

Cheers,

Damian

 

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From: Derek Evans
Sent: 14 October 2020 17:03
To: sightings@outlook.com
Subject: Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

 

Fieldfare 95; Redwing 100; Stonechat 2. Also: 70 Lapwing, single Rook and Grey Partridge, 100 Starling, 25 Tree Sparrow and 11 Corn Bunting.

 

Derek Evans

 

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Fieldfare 95; Redwing 100; Stonechat 2. Also: 70 Lapwing, single Rook and Grey Partridge, 100 Starling, 25 Tree Sparrow and 11 Corn Bunting.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Whooper Swan one first winter west/north-west at 0825 and 2 adults north/north-west at 0850. Also: 2,004 Pink-footed Goose, 6 Redwing, 5 Swallow, one Snipe, 2 Stonechat, 20 Common Gull and a pair of Roe Deer.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Pink-footed Goose flocks in flight totalled 1,954; Kingfisher one along Windle Brook was my first after 152 hours birding at this site. Also: 16 Skylark, one Swallow, 2 Rook and 40 Tree Sparrow.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Pink-footed Goose 50 flew south/south-east at 0825. Also one juvenile Woodpigeon barely fledged and unable to fly; 7 Swallow.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Golden Plover one flew north east at 0750 - my first at this site after 148 hours watching. Also: one male Stonechat, 2 Common Gull, 10 Meadow Pipit and 7 Swallow.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Hobby one; Stonechat 2. Also Lapwing 110, Meadow Pipit 15 and Goldfinch 100.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Meadow Pipit 15; Wheatear one; Whinchat 2; Chiffchaff one; Corn Bunting 12.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

2nd September
Whinchat 2; 50 of both Tree Sparrow and Goldfinch.

5th September
Hobby one hunted finches and wagtails; also Sparrowhawk, Kestrel, 60 Swallow and 4 Grey Partridge.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Sightings made 0730-0830
Hobby 2 interacting, carrying prey and perched on pylons.
Wheatear and Yellow Wagtail one of each.
Whinchat 2.

Derek Evans

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Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Sightings made 0600-0800
Barnacle Goose 240+, Rook 5, Yellow Wagtail one (with 30 Pied Wagtail), Whinchat 2, Tree Sparrow 50.

Derek Evans

Moss Lane @ Windle/Rainford

Pied Wagtail 30, Tree Sparrow 25, Goldfinch 30, Greenfinch 15. Also Buzzard, Sparrowhawk and Kestrel plus a Great Spotted Woodpecker (scarce here).

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Carr Mill Dam

One Little Egret fed on the sand spit at Nineteen Arches, Carr Mill Dam at 0610 and flew off five minutes later.

Derek Evans

Little Egret

In the rain at 0700 from Nineteen Arches at Carr Mill Dam 5 Little Egret came in from the south, landed briefly on the sand spit and departed south again.

Derek Evans