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I live in East Manchester nr Debdale park, retired and free to wander. (1 Viewer)

MikeL1011

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United Kingdom
Lots of birds near me as I live next to Debdale Park and Debdale and Audenshaw reserviors, but never actually studied them, however as I am also a keen angler I see loads of birds but don't necessarily know what birds they actually are apart from the ones I see regularly. Recently I was walking the old roman Road (kings road I think it's called but everyone local knows it as the stone wall) and I saw a large Raptor type bird hovering over the golf course, I thought it might be a Red Kite as it was big enough dark and had a forked tail. Does anyone know if they are in the area.
 
Hi Mike, welcome to the forum on behalf of the staff and moderators. I think you will find us a friendly and helpful group. I can’t help with this question, but am sure someone will be along that can.
 
Thanks strontium dog, I thought it was but I wasn't aware they had reached this area. I have friends on the Llyn peninsula in Wales and know there they're doing very good with numbers rising each year, otherwise I thought Buzzard which I have seen occasionally but this was definitely different with the fork tail. I also visit Manchester Airport occasionally going to the south side viewing area and thin I've seen the same birds near the river at Bollington, thanks for your reply. πŸ¦πŸ‘
 
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