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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Coal Tits on the move

Another wild wet and windy Queensbury day with nothing seen to move in the skies. However, this morning 4 Coal Tits were in the front garden Hawthorns with another 3 at the back. Apart from mid winter this is a species never seen in the garden other than dispersion time and autumn movement. On the walk to work 2 were in the bushes in the Willows medical centre. By lunchtime all had moved on.
Ogden yet again came up trumps along with Soil Hill, see Queensburybirder blog, its good that we have a small handful of dedicated birders willing to get out in all conditions to produce the goods, keep up the good work.
BS

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