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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Herring Gulls on the move


A decent covering of snow during the night left us with a 6" layer this morning with the side roads a bit worse for wear though the main roads kept moving. Lyndas been busy making fat cakes for the feeding tables bringing in Sparrows, Starlings, Sparrowhawk and of course the occasional cat.
Herring Gulls were the bird of the day with several throughout the day moving >W and >NW usually in ones or twos. 12 were counted in all but being at work these were the ones I clocked on occasional sightings.
A customer today claimed he had a Swallow last weekend over Asa Briggs football pitch in the afternoon but this is an unconfirmed report?
BS

1 comment:

NigelK said...

I'm going to have to spend more time outside your garage. I'm sure I have not had Herring Gull actually over the village yet.