Trip reports

Osprey in larch tree

Tuesday, 6 August 2019

A party of 16 met at the car park by Esthwaite Water in the South lakes. The weather forecast was not good but everyone who had booked had set out hoping the weather would be kind but knowing after all that this was the Lake District. More...

Long-tailed tit perched on branch

Saturday, 15 June 2019

A party of 8 set off from the Horns Inn at Churchtown at 10.30am. It was a beautiful summers day but rain was forecast. We walked through the Village and turned right at the old cross. Turned left at the main road then crossed the road to walk up the access to Kirkland Hall Farm. A lone Swift was seen plus plus two Swallows. More...

Borrowdale Valley (near Tebay)

Wednesday, 10 April 2019

On a bright but rather chilly day, thirteen members met in a small parking area just off the A685, one mile south of the village of Tebay. It was from here that we once again began another bird watching walk along part of the Borrowdale valley following the course of the Borrow Beck, a tributary of the River Lune. More...

Rossall Point, Fleetwood

Friday, 8 March 2019

A party of 12 met at Rossall Point Observation Tower at 10.30 and went in to meet the Volunteers and Coastguards. It had been arranged by RSPB Lancaster Local Group to have a look at all the levels in the Tower. We had to split into two groups as there wasn't room for all of us at once. More...

Conder Green and Glasson Dock

Saturday, 12 January 2019

A party of 12 members of the Lancaster RSPB group met at Conder Green on a damp but rain free morning and after looking over the Lune estuary, started by walking to The Stork Public House and then turned right along the road to view the River Conder at a bend. We then turned right to view Conder Pool. Work is continuing on this pool and will need a while to get established again for wildlife. More...

male stonechat perched on bramble

Thursday, 8 November 2018

In spite of the forecast for rain 24 people gathered on the platform of Arnside Station for the 4.5 mile walk back to Leighton Moss. A stop at the start of the path along the old railway embankment provided wader sightings, including a mixed flock of redshank and dunlin close in on the salt marsh. Both goosanders, and red-breasted mergansers could be picked out on the River Kent. More...

Wheatear in spring

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

On an unseasonably warm October day with blue skies and a temperature of over 21C, 27 members of the local group and guests met at Lane Ends. As we gathered, skeins of pinkfooted geese took off from the salt marsh and called as they flew inland to feed. More...

Cup of tea

Saturday, 8 September 2018

On a wet and soggy Saturday morning three of us met Anne, the leader, at the car park of the old railway station in Halton. More...

Cuckoo perched in tree

Tuesday, 17 July 2018

On the 17th July we were once again guests of the Hay Bridge Nature Reserve Society. Their extensive nature reserve in the picturesque Rusland Valley is a mosaic of habitats and as such is home to a wide variety of creatures. As observers of nature, the nineteen of us we were not to be disappointed. More...

Visit to Hodbarrow RSPB, Millom

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Eleven Lancaster RSPB Local Group members met at the Hodbarrow car park to visit this coastal lagoon and grasslands, located on the site of a former iron mine at Millom in Cumbria. As we made our way along the path a family of whitethroats flew among the hawthorns and goldfinches sang from the other side of the path. More...

Visit to Littledale

Saturday, 19 May 2018

A small party of 6 met in Littledale at Little Crags at 10.30am.
This is a beautiful Valley situated 5 miles east of Lancaster.
We set off on a path that descended to Skelbow Barn. More...

Oystercatcher wading in shallow water

Monday, 30 April 2018

Route - South Harbour Wall - Outfalls - Red Nab - Nature Park - Heysham NR - Middleton NR - Potts Corner for high tide.The wind direction was all wrong for seawatching and visible migration - NNE instead of SW but there is always a good variety of birds to be found around Heysham as the list shows. More...

Goldfinch on seed feeder

Saturday, 17 March 2018

The weather forecast for this day did not look good with snow and strong winds in the mix. The target bird was the hawfinch, which we hoped to spot sitting in the top of the trees, which being leafless at this time of year could give us good views, but we were disappointed. More...

Male goldeneye

Saturday, 3 February 2018

Our wildlife watching walk along the Lune Coastal footpath from New Quay Road to Aldcliffe Lane is now a regular event on the Lancaster Local Group calendar. So it was that nine of us, all well wrapped-up against the winter chill, set off on the first stage of this two mile walk. More...

Middleton Sands and Sunderland Point

Friday, 6 October 2017

A group of 23 RSPB members met at Potts Corner for our walk to Sunderland Point to watch the wader spectacle over the high period. More...

House martin in flight

Wednesday, 6 September 2017

A report of a visit to the RSPB reserves at Hesketh Out Marsh and Marshside. We proceeded along Shore Road in the direction of Banks and soon came to Dib Road on our right. We were treated to the sight of a skein of canada geese flying over as we drove down the lane to the reserve car park. More...

An Evening at Leighton Moss with John Wilson

Friday, 25 August 2017

Fourteen of us met in the Allen Hide car park to begin our second evening of the season centred around the RSPB Leighton Moss reserve. As on most previous occasions our leader was former senior warden John Wilson. Undeterred by the threat of rain and subsequent light drizzle we made our way to the Eric Morecambe Hide which often offers good views of wildfowl and waders that frequent the nearby pools and the outlying saltmarsh. More...

male stonechat perched on bramble

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

A party of 13 meet in the car park at Slaidburn, 9 from the RSPB group and 4 from the Friends of Bowland group. We then set off to the valley in 3 cars as parking is very limited up there The weather forecast for Wednesday was for thunder and torrential rain in various parts of the country but the local forecast for Slaidburn was for dry weather until late afternoon. More...

View over reedbed, Leighton Moss

Friday, 26 May 2017

Towards the end of a day of warm sunshine ten members gathered for the first of the 2017 Evenings at Leighton Moss. More...

White Coppice

Monday, 15 May 2017

A party of 13 people met at the beautiful location of White Coppice and after being introduced to the wonders of the area, set of south down the valley. We crossed The Goit. This is a Waterway that had been created to feed water from Roddlesworth Reservoirs in the north to Anglezarke Reservoirs in the south. More...

Coal tit perched on bramble bush

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Six members met at Plain Quarry car park between the villages of Burton in Kendal and Hutton Roof, in the company of local naturalist Bryan Yorke. Here we started to explore and seek out the wildlife that inhabits this area of limestone woodland and fell that straddles the boundary between Lancashire and Cumbria. More...

Wyre Estuary Country Park and Fleetwood Marsh Nature Reserve

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

A dozen members of RSPB Lancaster Local Group met at the Wyre Estuary Country Park at Stanah for a walk along the side of the Wyre Estuary towards Skipool Creek. In the afternoon we relocated to Fleetwood Marsh Nature Reserve. More...

Adult whooper swans feeding in fields

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Six hardy souls from the RSPB Lancaster Local Group met at Lane Ends, Pilling, at 9am in near freezing temperatures as skeins of pink footed geese lifted off from the estuary and flew over our heads as they moved inland to feed on the fields further inland. More...

Long-tailed tit perched on branch

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

A chilly northerly wind failed to deter some twelve members as we began our early New Year birdwatching walk on the 4th January. As in previous years we followed a well trodden route following the Lune estuary footpath from Conder Green to Glasson Dock - a walk that offers good views of estuarine birds as well as those species of hedgerow and scrub. More...

Curlew standing on weed, County Cork, Ireland

Friday, 2 December 2016

Several Local Group members met up at the eastern end of Morecambe Promenade for our annual Christmas seaside birdwatch and "get together". More...

Drake teal profile

Monday, 21 November 2016

Our November outdoor meeting took us to Marton Mere, an urban nature reserve that is managed by Blackpool Council. This reserve covers some 40 hectares in total, comprises areas of scrub woodland, a freshwater lake and eight hectares of phragmites reedbed. More...

Adult female blackbird on garden lawn

Saturday, 24 September 2016

Our September outdoor meeting took us to the Hay Bridge reserve near the village of Bouth in the southern Lake District. This 220 acre private nature reserve is owned and managed by the John Strutt Conservation Foundation. More...

Redshank perched on post

Friday, 26 August 2016

Once again we were joined by our friends from the RSPB South Lakeland Group for the second this year of our now traditional "Evenings at Leighton Moss" led by former senior warden, John Wilson. As in previous years, this August meeting was centred about the reserve's Allen and Eric Morecambe pools. More...

male stonechat perched on bramble

Saturday, 2 July 2016

On Saturday the 2nd July twelve of us met up at Foulshaw Moss - a Cumbria Wildlife Trust reserve that lies just off the A590 road on the northern edge of Morecambe Bay.Since 1999, Foulshaw, hitherto a commercial conifer plantation, has been restored to its original waterlogged condition and can now offer a habitat for many specialist plant and invertebrate species that require an acidic bog. More...

Cuckoo perched in tree

Thursday, 2 June 2016

This was a joint meeting with the South Lakes local group and a total of 15 people met on a calm and very sunny day. We were led by Selina Tutin who lives locally and knows the common well as it is her local patch. Over the years that she has been monitoring the birds on the common she has recorded a total of 99 different species; (an extra one would make a nice round number!). More...

Adult and child birdwatching

Sunday, 15 May 2016

A small group of us met in the tea room at Cobble Hey at 11.00 am. A table was set for us with scones and a pot of tea. As we were a booked group this was included in the admission fee of £5 which usually only covers entrance to the gardens and other activities. More...

Otter among seaweed

Saturday, 9 April 2016

Over fifteen members from the RSPB Lancaster Local Group and the RSPB South Lakeland Local Group met one mile south of Tebay in the valley of the Borrow Beck which is a tributary of the River Lune. Our quest was to see the wild birds and other wildlife that inhabit this delightful valley during the early days of spring. Near our starting point, where Borrow Beck enters the Lune, is a wooded ravine enclosed by the high fells, until after half a mile or so upstream, the valley opens up and provides a wider vista of the expansive upland scenery. More...

Redshank perched on post

Saturday, 12 March 2016

Some ten members met at the end of the Lancaster Quay on what was initially, a rathergloomy and damp day. Our objective was to see the birds and perhaps other wildlifethat frequents the Lune Estuary and its adjacent farmland from Freeman's Pool to Stodday Lane. More...

little egret, wading, water

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Members of RSPB Lancaster Local Group met on a fine but cold day at Marshside RSPB, Southport. Pinkfooted geese flew overhead. with many more pinkfeet with just heads or heads and necks visible in the salt marsh. At least 20 little egrets were also spread over the marsh. We spent some time scanning the bushes by the old sand works and were rewarded with a pair of gold crests and 3 goldfinches. More...

Curlew standing on weed, County Cork, Ireland

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

We met at Knott End with a quick shower and a cool breeze, but thankfully the weather stayed fine for the rest of our outing. Oystercatchers fed on the edge of the Wyre while a solitary male eider was on the water. A small flock of 5 twite kept alighting on the slipway. a group of bar-tailed godwits were on the mud while sanderling fed along the tideline. Several flocks of knot wheeled over the estuary. Other birds seen at Knott End included dunlin, lapwing, cormorant, great crested grebe, red-breasted merganser, curlew, black-headed gull and common gull. More...

Oystercatcher wading in shallow water

Friday, 11 December 2015

A group of 8 met to watch the tide come in at Teal Bay on a cold and windy day in December. A number of oystercatchers and redshanks were already ensconced on a small rocky outcrop quite close by to our left so we had good views of them. More...

Curlew standing on weed, County Cork, Ireland

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

After meeting at Knott End we walked along the estuary towards Barnaby Sands. Curlews and oystercatchers probed the mud of the River Wyre while a grey heron fed on the far bank. Long-tailed tits and blue tits flitted amongst the branches at Barnaby Sands and we had good views of a variety of wildfowl and waders including turnstone, redshank, black-tailed godwit, eider, teal and wigeon. More...

An Evening at Leighton Moss with John Wilson

Friday, 28 August 2015

On Friday the 28th August 2015 some twenty-three members from the Lancaster and South Lakeland RSPB Local Groups enjoyed an out of doors evening meeting at the RSPB`s Leighton Moss Reserve. As on previous occasions, this meeting, which is a regular feature on our members' programme, was led by former senior warden John Wilson. More...

Willow warbler

Saturday, 20 June 2015

Today the weather was to frustrate some of this ambition with rain accompanying us through Trowbarrow to Hawes Water, and across the fields to Yealand Hall Allotments. It stopped as we reached Leighton Moss at 2.00 p.m. More...

Male redstart perched on branch

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

After a showery day, eleven local group members met in Barbon to rationalise cars for our evening in the beautiful Barbondale upland valley. We parked by the river as swallows flew low over the water and pied wagtails looked for insects on the river bank. More...

Adult black-tailed godwit in summer plummage, at the RSPB Snettisham nature reserve, Norfolk

Thursday, 18 December 2014

In sharp contrast to last year when a destructive storm surge necessitated the cancellation of our annual pre Christmas walk, eleven of us enjoyed more benign weather when we met at 9.30am on the shore at Hest Bank then later moving on to the eastern end of the Morecambe Promenade. More...

Curlew standing on weed, County Cork, Ireland

Saturday, 12 April 2014

As with previous years we began our walk at Freeman`s Pool where swallows and sand martins were flying low over the water. Nearer to, a little grebe was spottted - the bird would suddenly disappear from view having dived underwater and then reappear at a point some distance away when it surfaced. More...

Visit to Sunderland Point

Sunday, 30 March 2014

I greeted ten members of the local group at Potts Corner, Middleton Sands, at 9 am on the most beautiful sunny warm spring morning. When everyone was ready I briefed on one or two items, including a suggested target bird being the wheatear. More...

Curlew standing on weed, County Cork, Ireland

Sunday, 20 October 2013

On a day of heavy showers, ten birdwatchers visited Marshside to view the saltmarsh during the high tide and watch in rather more comfortable conditions from Sandgrounders and Nels hides. More...

Oystercatcher wading in shallow water

Saturday, 16 March 2013

This outdoor meeting was a reprise of a walk that we had held in the early spring of 2012. Once more our party was led by local expert Dan Haywood. As before we walked the footpath between Freeman`s Wood and Stodday Lane, returning by the same route. More...

Long-tailed tit perched on branch

Saturday, 12 January 2013

Eight of us braved a chill easterly wind but nonetheless enjoyed a good day of birdwatching at Marton Mere - a splendid urban nature reserve that is managed by Blackpool Council. More...

Adult whooper swans feeding in fields

Saturday, 15 December 2012

Four members met at Conder Green on the 15th December for what proved to be an enjoyable five hours of birdwatching in good company. More...

Curlew standing on weed, County Cork, Ireland

Saturday, 17 November 2012

A report of our trip to Biggar Bank and South Walney for waders, wildfowl and seals. More...

Adult black-tailed godwit in summer plummage, at the RSPB Snettisham nature reserve, Norfolk

Friday, 31 August 2012

On the final day of August, some six members braved the intermittent rain to meet John Wilson in the Allen Hide car park. This was the second of John's "Evenings at Leighton Moss" when on this occasion we usually concentrate our attentions on the birds of the saltmarsh adjacent to Leighton Moss. More...

Oystercatcher wading in shallow water

Monday, 25 June 2012

On the 25th June 2012, members from both groups led by Jean Roberts, enjoyed a walk along the River Lune. Members enjoyed excellent birdwatching, so here is Jean`s account of that morning and the many birds that were seen. More...

Male blackcap in hawthorn bush

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

With a sunny day in a beautiful corner of the Lake District this was always going to be a delightful walk. More...

Male redstart perched on branch

Saturday, 28 April 2012

Hindburndale is a place of high lonely moorland and picturesque wooded ravines. This area was the setting for our birdwatching walk led by Pete Marsh on the 28th April. More...

Short-eared owl sitting on the ground

Saturday, 10 March 2012

The upper Lune estuary was the venue for our birdwatching walk on the 10th March. This event was organised jointly by the Lancashire Wildlife Trust, the RSPB Local Group and the Lancaster & District Birdwatching Society. More...

Goldfinch on seed feeder

Saturday, 14 January 2012

On a cold, crisp and sunny morning, 11 of us set off to go round Marton Mere. We soon saw lots of greenfinches, goldfinches and chaffinches. We then had good views of a sparrowhawk and several kestrels. More...

Male merlin perched on mossy hummock, Shetland Isles

Sunday, 27 November 2011

A cold and blustery wind met 16 members of the Lancaster local group as we met in the car park at Marshside. First stop was Sandgrounders hide, where the marsh was covered in wigeon, with several thousand birds dotted around. More...

Volunteer with children at the Osprey Centre, Loch Garten, Scotland

Saturday, 17 September 2011

About 37 bird species were seen of the usual types plus various butterflies, a fox showed well, other sightings were a Little Grebe still feeding 3 downy chicks, an overflying Raven, a Peregrine perched on a bridge parapet. More...

Adult and child birdwatching

Saturday, 11 June 2011

A report of our trip to locations including Trowbarrow Quarry, Hawes Water, Gait Barrows and Yealand Hall Allotments. More...

Dunnock on grass

Saturday, 7 May 2011

A party of some 15 members led by Robin Horner travelled across the Pennines to the R.S.P.B. Reserve at Old Moor in South Yorkshire. This landscape of fresh water pools with reed bed was created as a result of mining subsidence, and is now the home to many interesting birds that require this kind of habitat. More...

Visit to Geltsdale RSPB reserve

Wednesday, 27 April 2011

A report of our visit to Geltsdale, where we had an enjoyable day and an informative insight into the work of this Cumbrian reserve. More...

Male merlin perched on old fence post, Shetland

Saturday, 19 March 2011

A superb raptor watching day! More...

Male merlin perched on mossy hummock, Shetland Isles

Sunday, 20 February 2011

At 10.30am on a gloomy Sunday morning, ten of us met at Lane Ends Pilling, in anticipation of seeing the many birds - especially the wading birds that frequent this southern corner of Morecambe Bay during the late winter. More...

Visit to Martin Mere WWT Reserve

Sunday, 23 January 2011

A visit to Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve was enjoyed by 8 members of the Lancaster local group. Birds seen included large numbers of whooper swans and pinkfooted geese, plus brambling and wintering marsh harrier. More...

Male wigeon swimming

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

The 8th December 2010 was a day of bright sunshine, crystal clear visibility, and sub-zero temperatures. It seems that the latter, perhaps understandably, deterred many members from attending this meeting - in fact there were just two of us! More...

Oystercatcher wading in shallow water

Sunday, 10 October 2010

A report of our visit to the Cumbria Wildlife Trust reserve at South Walney. More...

Calling redshank in meadow

Saturday, 11 September 2010

We were lucky to have a warm, mainly sunny day for this walk round Sunderland Point. We started at Potts Corner, Middleton, and walked along to the point. More...

Willow warbler

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

10 people managed to find their way to the barn in Gaitbarrows Nature Reserve on a morning that began misty but soon became a beautiful, sunny summer day. There were quite a few birds around (Chiffchaff, Blackcap and Garden Warbler among others), but our main interest was in plants and butterflies. More...

Moorland landscape, Wales

Wednesday, 26 May 2010

A report of a walk up the Langden valley in search of hen herrier and ring ouzel. More...

Male redstart perched on branch

Saturday, 1 May 2010

A report of our walk in the Borrowdale Valley (near Tebay) for woodland and moorland birds. More...

Calling redshank in meadow

Wednesday, 31 March 2010

A report of a walk in the SIlverdale area, including Woodwell, Heald Brow, Jenny Brown's Point and Jack Scout. More...

Flock of pink-footed geese at dawn over Loch of Strathbeg

Sunday, 14 February 2010

On a cold and frosty morning 8 members of Lancaster Local Group met at Conder Green Picnic Area for a mini bus tour of the Fylde goose fields. More...

Calling redshank in meadow

Saturday, 5 December 2009

A report of a visit to Heysham Nature Reserve, including a guided tour from the warden, Reuben Neville. More...

Adult black-tailed godwit in summer plummage, at the RSPB Snettisham nature reserve, Norfolk

Sunday, 18 October 2009

Sickness and holidays reduced our numbers, but 9 hardy members met on a dull, raw morning with an east wind blowing. Little Egrets and Grey Heron were on the marsh and several small flocks of Redwing flew over. More...

Goldfinch on seed feeder

Saturday, 12 September 2009

A report of a day walking from Knott End by the banks of the River Wyre to Barnabys Sands. More...

Sedge warbler perched on phragmites

Sunday, 7 June 2009

A visit to the Hodbarrow RSPB reserve at Millom produced sightings of sandwich terns, gulls, ducks, waders and passerines. More...

Chiffchaff standing on gorse

Saturday, 9 May 2009

A windy walk on Warton Crag with birds, wonderful views and an insight into the management of the Crag for wildlife. More...

Male blackcap in hawthorn bush

Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Report of a visit to Scorton picnic area and the river Wyre for spring woodland and riverine species, followed by a visit to Wyresdale fisheries. More...

Oystercatcher wading in shallow water

Saturday, 28 March 2009

A visit on a cold blustery day to search for spring migrants such as wheatear. More...

Flock of pink-footed geese at dawn over Loch of Strathbeg

Saturday, 28 February 2009

A visit to the Pilling area for geese. More...

Visit to Martin Mere

Sunday, 18 January 2009

Report of a visit to Martin Mere Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust reserve for Whooper Swans and wildfowl. More...

Long-tailed tit perched on branch

Sunday, 7 December 2008

Report of a visit to an ice covered Pennington Flash More...

Adult black-tailed godwit in summer plummage, at the RSPB Snettisham nature reserve, Norfolk

Saturday, 15 November 2008

Report of a visit to the Barrow area of Morecambe Bay, mainly for waders and ducks. More...

Adult and child birdwatching

Saturday, 11 October 2008

Report of a walk by the Lune from Lancaster to Skerton, Denny Beck and Crook-o-Lune. More...

View of Bempton Cliffs

Sunday, 15 June 2008

On a day of sunshine & showers, 22 members of the local RSPB group enjoyed a day's outing to the seabird colony at Bempton Cliffs for views of Gannet, Kittiwake, Fulmar, Razorbill, Guillemot, Puffin and other species. More...

Heather moor at Geltsdale

Wednesday, 4 June 2008

A visit to Geltsdale RSPB reserve in Cumbria for a walk with the Warden. More...

Cuckoo perched in tree

Saturday, 31 May 2008

A visit to Torver moor near Coniston for moorland birds. More...

Avocet wading in water

Wednesday, 23 April 2008

A visit to Marshside for breeding Avocets, waders, wildfowl and summer migrants ... More...

Male green woodpecker feeding on ground

Wednesday, 9 April 2008

A visit to Marbury Country Park in Cheshire for woodland birds and the elusive Lesser Spotted Woodpecker More...

Adult male siskin on feeder

Sunday, 18 November 2007

A visit to the Lancashire Wildlife Trust reserve at Mere Sands Wood, Rufford. More...

Drake teal profile

Saturday, 27 October 2007

Report of a visit to Rosall for passage migrants and waders. More...

Oystercatcher wading in shallow water

Saturday, 29 September 2007

Report of a walk from Overton to Sunderland Point, watching high tide birds. More...

Little ringed plover wading in shallow water

Sunday, 17 June 2007

A total of 11 members met at Foulney under a very grey sky. Whilst waiting for everyone to get gear together, the sky brightened & a decision was made to walk to the end of Foulney spit & ju More...

Great spotted woodpecker on branch

Friday, 8 June 2007

An evening meeting at which 6 members turned up on a pleasant summer evening to walk along the banks of the River Lune at Arkholme (thanks to J Mathews for showing the way).

The fir More...

Cuckoo perched in tree

Saturday, 2 June 2007

This was a new venue for the group to visit & eleven members made the journey. Many thanks to Selina for sharing the beauty of her local patch & for leading the way.
As we were stood by  More...

Male chaffinch singing on branch

Saturday, 19 May 2007

RSPB visit today. 12 people attended. Very windy on the top, more sheltered in the dale. Heavy showers at lunchtime made us give up a little early.

Buzzard, kestrel, sparrowhawk, ph More...

Wheatear in spring

Wednesday, 2 May 2007

Big surprises for everyone today. First it was fine but looking cold - then it turned out very warm. Secondly, those who arrived early for the walk (not me!) saw a red kite on the hillside o More...

View over reedbed, Leighton Moss

Sunday, 22 April 2007

In spite of the weather, 14 people turned out for the Local Group gathering today. We were due to visit Silverdale area from the Allen/Morecambe car park, but the weather changed our minds a More...

Long-tailed tit perched on branch

Saturday, 18 November 2006

Pennington Flash - 18 November 2006

Ten members of the Lancaster Local Group paid a visit to Pennington Flash Country Park which is situated 1 mile from Leigh town center. The weath More...