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Photo by Ivywall
Taken from the Sandgrounders Hide at sunset

England, Merseyside


Coastal area with wetland and dunes near Southport, north of Liverpool in northwest England.


Notable Species

With a good selection of things to see, Black-tailed Godwit, Pied Avocet meadow warblers, the odd Marsh Harrier, Peregrine Falcon, etc.


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Birds you can see here include:

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Other Wildlife

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Site Information

History and Use

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Access and Facilities

You can get there by walking along the coast wall. If you come north (from Southport) you will see and hear lots of Meadow Pipit. Usually always someone there from the RSPB to answer questions.

Grid reference: SD353205

Contact Details

Tel: 01704 226190

External Links

Content and images originally posted by harry watson