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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Queensbury Today

Common Gulls in the park
Jackdaws going to roost
An Ogden Mallard, all out of eclipse now

Scraping the bottom of the barrel with the photos now, stick with me, its got to get better.
A bright but icy cold day day with clear blue skies.
The temp in the garage was 2 deg when I opened and 5 deg when I closed.
A real birdie morning with several feeding birds around. Up to 100 Starlings were squabbling to try get onto a bird feeder
at the top of Chapel Lane at first light and several Fieldfare and Redwing were flying around in various directions. Greenfinch were the bird of the morning with several in gardens on the way to work, not a species I commonly see.
A Grey Heron flew over very high >NE and 5 Dunnocks were in the Willows medical centre grounds.
Foxhill at lunch time held just 6 Common gull and 3 Black Headed plus the usual corvids.
BS
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