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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Queensbury Today

A foggy frosty start to the morning but this soon cleared leaving bright blue skies and sunshine but temperatures keeping low.
Starlings were the birds of the day with large flocks moving round from one feeding area to the next which in turn brought out the local Sparrowhawk making 2 unsuccessful fly pasts so went  away hungry.
A group of 9 Mallard flew over at last light towards Station Rd pond presumably to roost.
House Sparrows were active on the garden feeders at lunch time with 32 present though unlike DJSs there were no Tree Sparrows amongst them.
What a good late record for Wheatear at Withins Gap,( Calderbirds) , we,ll be getting them over wintering next!
Well thats the news for today,sparse as it is, but with vis mig over it leaves a big gap in reporting.
BS

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