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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Queensbury Today

Soil Hill sleeps. The moonlit hill.
A brighter day today with only an odd shower and the wind dropped considerably.
2 Greylag geese flew >W over Foxhill mid day and a flock of 15 Lapwing headed >E. No sign of yesterdays Coal Tits which was lucky for them as the local Sparrowhawk made at least 2 visits to the garden today.
Sounds like its time to start looking for Pink Footed Geese on the move now with one or two reports of small numbers, usually its near the end of the month when the big skeins come.
No birding now on my weekly pilgrimage to Wilsden as its near dark as I set off and as you can see from the photos pitch black on my return at 2000hrs.
BS

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