Sunday, 13 September 2020

Horses..Waders.. and a jellyfish.

I haven't posted for a while as gardening duties have kept me very busy during the recent fine weather.I did however find time to visit the coast near Southport to see if any more waders had arrived.More waders had arrived and it was lovely to see the sanderlings scurrying around the beach as the tide came in.Also present were reasonable numbers of knot and bar tailed godwits and the odd grey plover. The best birds present was a flock of around sixty sandwich terns roosting on the beach.A number of horses were also exercising on the beach enjoying getting their feet wet.I have also shown a jellyfish washed up in recent storms.Not sure of the name of the jellyfish but probably a common variety.

Hope you enjoy my images of a very pleasant day out on the Lancashire coastline.Thanks for looking in and I will be back later with more of Lancashire's wonderful wildlife.




















2 comments:

  1. Those Waders are fantastic to see them with so manny on a stop before they resume their migration to the South. Great photos!!!
    Regards,
    Roos

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  2. Back at your favourite place Brian.I know how much you like the many waders there, keep well and nice to talk the other day!

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