Martin Mere Wetlands Reserve, England

  

Grey-crowned Crane

This evening, I am reporting on the Martin Mere Wetlands Reserve in Lancashire, N.W. England. Location is twenty miles N.E. of Liverpool.

This facility extends to 600 acres and is home to over 150 species of bird from various parts of the world with up to 50,000 wetland birds (in January).

Below are images of some of the birds which I found interesting.

Red-breasted Goose. Great Crane Flamingos. Black-necked Swan Muscovy Duck South African Shelduck. Ruddy Shelduck Blue-winged Teal. Flamingos. Common Shelduck Berwick's Swan.

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