......2009 snippets - not comprehensive - from my records for July/August which is why the image of the Spotted Flycatcher is appropriate and was taken in the Tower Lodge area in the Trough of Bowland, the pic has been on Birds2blog before but I don't care, it's one of my favourites.
2nd Four Little-ringed Plover curiously were an adult, a juvenile, and a young downy bird on Conder Pool, also at Conder Green, 4 Greenshank and 2 Spotted Redshank.
6th Sixteen Common Sandpiper were at Conder Green.
7th Five Little Gull on the Eric Morecambe Complex.
13th Eight Wheatear Clougha/Birk Bank of which six were juvenile.
16th Reed Warbler singing Conder Green.
18th 2nd summer Mediterranean Gull on the Lune Estuary at Glasson Dock.
20th Five Spotted Flycatcher Marshaw, a pair with 3 juvenile.
27th Eight Greenshank Conder Pool and a Ruff on the Lune Estuary at Glasson Dock. At least 16 Gatekeeper were at Pilling Lane Ends.
13th Two adult Mediterranean Gull on the Lune Estuary at Glasson Dock.
17th A Ruff on the Lune Estuary at Glasson Dock.
24th c.30 Sandwich Terns were off Fluke Hall and a Ruff was in a field with 'gulls' on Moss Lane.
25th Nine Greenshank on Conder Pool.
27th Five Raven on Clougha.
28th A Spotted Flycatcher was still at the church at Abbeystead where it had been all summer.
Well by way of a change a little 'pic quiz' the answer of which is to be found in Mike Watson's Diary here......http://mikewatsonsdiary.blogspot.com/ where Mike gives an interesting account on an interesting website.
Go on have a go......nobody will ever know if you was wrong!