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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Song Thrush on the move

Clear skies and contrails

House Sparrow at the feeders

Clear blue skies from the word go this morning with a steady flow of Meadow Pipits >S although only in ones and twos.
Song Thrushes were the prominent mover this morning with 3 groups of 5 , 3 and 2 along with a small number of Redwings all >SE.
The rugby field held 41 Common Gull this morning which is a record count for this season so far and a customer from Wilsden had a single Swallow over his garden just before mid day.
Good to hear that Whooper Swans are starting to make an appearance in the area so keep an eye on those reservoirs and maybe we,ll manage a Bewick or two.
BS
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