Marbury and Witton Flashes Bird Reports

Marbury and Witton Flashes Bird Report 2020

Greg Baker has once again compiled a report detailing sightings for 2020 in the Northwich Woodlands (known as Marbury and Witton Flashes by local birders). The report includes sightings and photographs by Greg and other local birdwatchers.

The report is in pdf format only and, within its 80 pages, details sightings of 150 species recorded during 2020, plus a summary of scarcities and tables related to counts of the commoner birds.

You can download a copy of Greg’s report here.

Marbury and Witton Flashes Bird Report 2019

Following on from the book which he compiled detailing sightings for 2018, Greg Baker has just issued a book covering sightings during 2019 in the Northwich Woodlands (known as Marbury and Witton Flashes by local birders). This has been compiled by Greg from his own, and other local birdwatchers’ sightings.

You can download a pdf copy here.

2019 Bird Report Cover

Marbury and Witton Flashes Bird Report 2018

FoAM’s members include a number of skilled and enthusiastic local birders who regularly visit Northwich Woodlands – the area known more commonly in birding circles as  Marbury and Witton Flashes.  One of them, Greg Baker, has compiled a report which contains a comprehensive review of species recorded by him and other birdwatchers during 2018, and which includes a range of photographs of some of the rarer species.

Greg’s report is not only a valuable snap-shot of the 156 bird species seen in the local area during 2018, but it also provides a detailed and accurate base-line from which future increases or declines in individual species can be monitored.

You can download a copy of Greg’s report here.

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Front cover of Greg’s report