Tuesday, 30 December 2014


The Saturday before Christmas with a couple of hours to spare I decided on a trip to Rossall were a Grey Phalarope,Snow Bunting and a Shore Lark had been reported. The Phalarope had been seen at high water feeding on the tide line a couple of hours earlier,the Snow Bunting was sheltering from the wind  next to one of the groynes,while the Shore Lark was very flighty being constantly flushed by the many dog walkers.I`ve posted record images of the Shore Lark and the Snow Bunting from my short time at Rossall,while the images of the Grey Phalarope and the last two of the Snow Buntings are from my archives.


Pete Woodruff said...

Two out of three aint bad at all Martin. Excellent images....of course....the Grey Phalarope is a beautiful bird.

Brian Rafferty said...

Must be the most photographed shore lark in Britain!!
Well done with the snow bunt as well.Lovely archive shots of the grey phalarope.Catch up with you next year!!

All the best for 2015.Looking forward to a trip to the allotment.

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