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November 2020

Thursday, 26 November 2020

November 2020 Wildlife Sightings - Covid-19 update

November 2020 Wildlife Sightings - Covid-19 update

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the government's announcement that in England we must stay at home we have amended the normal wildlife sightings section of our website. We will continue to welcome reports from your own gardens, areas that you can see from your house and wildlife seen whilst you are out exercising. Initially only the species will be published, possibly with limited location information. The records will be updated with full location details once the current restriction have ended.

Please report your wildlife sightings to

Clear photos will be welcomed and each month a pdf will be attached at the bottom of this page with a selection of photos received (if any).

Please everybody stay safe and healthy.

26 Nov - 3 overflying Little Egrets, Prestbury (Steve McCoskery)

26 Nov - 3 Lesser Redpolls in Macclesfield back garden

25 Nov - Female Blackcap in Tytherington back garden

22 and 23 Nov - Male Snow Bunting (Location withheld)

22 Nov - 30+ Fieldfares (Location withheld)

21 Nov 11.00am - 120+ Pink-footed Geese flying south-east over Prestbury (Steve McCoskery)

21 Nov - 2 male and 1 female Goosander (Location withheld)

18 Nov - Stoat (Location withheld)

14 Nov - 2 Little Egrets (Location withheld)

14 Nov - Snow Bunting (Location withheld)

12 Nov - 2 Sparrowhawks, female Goosander, 3 Siskins, Green Sandpiper, 2 kingfishers, dipper, female Teal (Location withheld)

12 Nov - 130 Pink-footed Geese flying over Macclesfield area.

12 Nov - Peregrine at confidential location

10 Nov - Female Long-tailed duck (Location withheld)

7 Nov - Common Buzzard and Raven in combat over a Tytherington garden. (David Tolliday)

6 Nov - Common Buzzard in a back garden. (David Collis)

3 Nov - Immature Black Redstart, confidential location Macclesfield.

1 Nov - Whooper Swan over Redesmere, heading south. (David Collis)

1 Nov - 39 Shovelers on lake below Acre Nook. (David Collis)