https://www.shetlandwebcams.com/cliff-cam-3/ also features some interesting sea conditions at times.
https://www.shetlandwebcams.com/sealevel-cam/ this is a bit hit and miss but can be good at times.
From Tatton Ranger Darren Morris - Bit of an update from Tatton: I am in work at the moment as we are going in to feed the deer and sheep and check on their welfare.
I had time today to scan the mere. 12 pairs of grebes on Tatton mere and they were all very vocal and displaying.
Goldeneye still in good numbers and plenty of fieldfares on the move. A kingfisher was at the Allen Hide too. Two ravens calling are enjoying the thermals over Knutsford gate and a Sparrowhawk soaring over the mansion too.
Brimstone and peacocks seen for the past two days too.
The heronry is very active so and they look to be feeding young in their nests.
Wednesday 25th March 2020 -
From Geoff and Sheila Blamire - The Buzzards over the house were very vocal this morning, which included a very low Buzzard only just clearing the roof. Peacock and Small Tortoiseshell in the garden and the winter heathers were ‘covered’ in bees – mixture of species, including the ‘giant’ Buff-tailed Bumblebee. After spending the morning gardening, we did our exercise walk this afternoon – 6.5km which included passing 2 letter boxes to start posting out March Bird News!!!!
Bob Groom on his Tabley patch - Walked the Bridleway, getting my vitamin D in good measure. At least 10 Buzzards were soaring up in the blue with the 360 degree view one gets there. Not a lot of other birds around, Lapwing, Rooks from the nearby Rookery, Pied Wagtail at the manure heap, where in a month or so's time I hope to see the yellow ones as there are several potato fields around the track. A Peacock Butterfly sunbathed on hawthorn blossom, which seems early this year. Bob
From Wendy Stratford just down the road from us on Smith Lane - Hi Tony,
Saw lapwings displaying over the usual Smith Lane fields and on the ground at the weekend. Not sure what’s happening agriculturally with the lane-side field, but hopefully they might not be disturbed this year?