Knutsford Ornithological Society

Some favourite birding locations
(in no particular order)

Tatton Park - Melchett Mere during an increasingly rare cold spell

Knutsford Moor at the south end of Tatton Mere and probably the best spot in the park for birdwatching!

Sea-watching from the slipway on Hilbre Island during a September gale.

The cafe at the RSPB's Conwy Reserve.

The promenade at Barmouth seen from the beach. Our base for exploring the west coast of Wales.
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Mobberley SQ in 2005 before the water vanished completely. At one time it was five times this size and Redshanks and Little Ringed Plovers nested.


South Stack on Anglesey in July 2016. Home to Auks, Chough, Peregrine and a pleasant place to be on a day like this.

The state of the art 360 ° hide at the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust's Dyfi Osprey Reserve.

The raised viewing platform at Woolston Eyes. Other hides are available! One of our favourite birding spots.


"The baths" at Parkgate on a day when the high tide actually reached the quayside, that's not always the case.

The airport tunnel, running under runway 2,that's the River Bollin you can see. Part of our airport walk - good in the Spring, great for warblers and the best place around for Skylarks.

Looking towards Liverpool Bay from the path around the Great Orme with St. Tudno's churchyard in the foreground

Pavement Lane in Mobberley on a cold Winter's day.


The Weaver Bend at Frodsham, the coldest place on earth.

Rostherne Mere as viewed from the churchyard.

Winter sunset at Martin Mere.

One of the hides at the Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve.



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