Very large Magpie roost starting to build up as I came down the Coast Road yesterday afternoon - about 200 yards south of the Pontins roundabout on the inland side of the road.
Hard to say how many birds, but at least 60 perched up in the bushes...shame you can't stop along there without causing a major pile-up.
May get down there at the weekend - it looked quite impressive.
A few Pinkies in the fields round Ince Blundell but not much else to report.
On Sunday I went for a stroll with Mrs D along the Green Beach, usual Stonechats, Carrion Crows etc and a hunting Sparrowhawk.
About 20 Linnets feeding on the tideline doing their best to impersonate Snow Buntings, but they fooled no one.
No sign of the real Snow Bunts, but there were huge numbers of gulls stretching north towards Southport at the low tide water's edge, scoffing razorshell wreck bounty presumably.
Too far off to work through, but could repay checking if someone's got a spare hour or three.
Eyes to the skies everyone, eyes to the skies...