Admittedly it might be a bit tricky from this very dodgy digi-binned shot above, but I'll give you a clue - the small squiggly lines at the top are panicky waders, while the larger squiggly blob at the bottom is carrying a big fish.
NIce work from Pete Kinsella and Tim Vaughan who got the word out fast that an Osprey was on the Alt estuary today.
As luck would have it I was driving down the coast to pick up a colleague from Formby at the time, so managed good, if distant views of the raptor from Cabin Hill.
When I got there just after 1210, the bird was sitting out on the sands, being hassled for its fish by corvids, but soon took to the air and circled high over the mouth of estuary looking for somewhere to eat its lunch in peace.
Attempted some poor long range digi-binning as Tim, Laurence Atter et al admired the bird.
Although very distant, I couldn't see much of a breast band on the bird, and its back wasn't particularly dark - it struck me as a young bird, but I could be wrong.
Didn't matter though, hard to beat a lunchtime Osprey.
Eyes to the skies everyone, eyes to the skies...