Dee Estuary: A Wind of Change

A wind of change is sweeping across the Dee Estuary, a chain reaction has been taking place ever since the 4th of March when the first wave hit; subsequently more shock waves followed suit on the 11th, 14th, 16th, 17th & finally on the  19th. On the Dee Estuary situated between the county's of Flintshire and Cheshire, Spring isn't …

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Frodsham: A Great Grey Day

Frodsham Marsh is by far and least the holy grail of Cheshire birding. With the highest list of any site in the county with an incredible 261 species recorded including the likes of Lesser Scaup, Whiskered & Gull-billed Tern, Collared Pratincole, Wilson’s Phalarope along with Stilt & Sharp-tailed Sandpiper, it’s no wonder why it was …

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