The Wild Goose Chase is a project aimed at filling in and bringing up to date our knowledge on how Pink-footed Goose, Whooper Swan and Bewick’s Swan are using land in Merseyside and Lancashire.
We are particularly interested in how these birds are using the landscape so we can answer questions such as ‘Where is a population feeding?’, ‘What do they need to survive?’ and ‘What can we do to avoid disrupting them?’.
‘Where is a population feeding?’, ‘What do they need to survive?’ and ‘What can we do to avoid disrupting them?’
As such the recording website has been designed to help you enter information on flight direction and what type of fields are they using, we would also appreciate any additional information or local knowledge which can be added using the ‘Additional Information’ field.
Data collected through this website will not be used alone, it will be added to data provided by organisation and experts involved with the Wild Goose Chase project.
Any and all information is greatly appreciated and should you feel you cannot submit the record appropriately through the recording website please still get in touch by using info@MerseysideBioBank.org.uk.