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Friday, November 26, 2010

Late moving Skylarks

Icy cold yet again with temperatures never rising above 2 degrees all day in the garage and the water system remaining frozen which played havoc with the cups of tea.
Interesting to see 3 Skylarks over >S late p.m., obviously got too cold for them so decided to move on.
Other than the usual Common and BH gulls along with the noisy Starlings the blue skies remained quiet today although I did get a text from DJS telling of Pinkies heading for Queensbury but this never transpired. All the PF Geese this year seem to have avoided Queensbury and the only sighting I have managed this season is from Fly Flatts and Hunter Hill.
BS

1 comment:

NigelK said...

Ahem, cough, all but these...
http://queensburybirder.blogspot.com/2010/11/queensbury-pinkfeet.html