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Monday, 27 February 2017

Latest sightings

Red-eyed Vireo, Walney B.O., Lou Cross Red-eyed Vireo, Walney B.O., Lou Cross, 4th November 2014

See also the Walney Bird Observatory blog and the latest photos from Cumbria on BirdGuides.

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24 February, 2017: Great Grey Shrike still at Soddy Gap
22 February, 2017: Little Egret Soulby
22 February, 2017: Snow Bunting Blencathra
21 February, 2017: 5 Green Sandpipers - on field flood at Wetheral & 6 on 22nd and 25th
19 February, 2017: Red Kite Warwick Bridge
18 February, 2017: Waxwings 11 at Morton Carlisle
15 February, 2017: Tundra Bean goose with Pinkfeet at Walby
14 February, 2017: 4 Waxwings, Furness Pk Cricket Ground Barrow in Furness
12 February, 2017: Red head Smew at Soddy Gap
12 February, 2017: Drake Smew present on Derwent Water
11 February, 2017: Iceland Gull still at Bowness on Windermere
11 February, 2017: Black Redstart still at Whitehaven Harbour
11 February, 2017: Smew still present at Siddick Pond
5 February, 2017: Iceland Gull still at Bowness on Windermere
5 February, 2017: Black Redstart still at Whitehaven
4 February, 2017: Great Grey Shrike still present at Soddy Gap
4 February, 2017: Glaucous Gull still present at Workington
21 January, 2017: Shore Lark Nethermost Pike and 8 Snow Buntings Helvellyn plateau
19 January, 2017: Glaucous Gull at Workington
18 January, 2017: 17 Scaup at Hodbarrow RSPB
17 January, 2017: Pinkfooted Geese 500 north at Allonby in morning
17 January, 2017: "Red head" Smew at Siddick Pond
16 January, 2017: Pinkfooted Goose 1160 ( in 3 flocks ) north west over Threlkeld
16 January, 2017: Foulney 6 Long Tailed Ducks , Short Eared Owl and 286 Brent Geese
16 January, 2017: 1St wntr Iceland Gull Workington also 3 Mediterranean Gulls and 2000 Pinkfooted Geese - north

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