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It occurred to me that it has been about 500 years since I last walked down Rainford’s track for a high tide, and the brisk south ..read more
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The loud insistent whistling call is always a dead giveaway, but the Redstart made itself even more obvious by sitting out on the edge of ..read more
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Sure, there’s plenty of time for another spell of worryingly hot temperatures, scorchers that break records in a way that TV ..read more
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I was busy cursing Hornsea and Pacific Swifts as I pulled up at Marshside this afternoon, so seeing three Ruddy Shelducks winging in and ..read more
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The sun exploded through the viewfinder and ricochetted about inside my eyeball (don’t try this at home kids), but I pressed the ..read more
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The Painted Ladies were still siphoning summer wherever they could find buddleias, ignoring towering thunderheads. Marshside was quietish ..read more
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Painted Ladies everywhere on the coast today, with large numbers of Peacocks and Red Admirals drifting through with them. Reccying a walk ..read more
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The Swifts and House Martins seemed to have enjoyed the sultry heat of the last week, and fledged Goldcrests were a diversion in the ..read more
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The wind was almost brisk enough for a seawatch this morning; shame the tides are so pants at the moment. A squawking Jay moving through ..read more
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Tree Pipits squinted down at me, and young Redstarts flitted about as I walked and jumped up the crazy paved clints and grykes of Hutton ..read more

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