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Monday, November 29, 2010

A white Queensbury

A snowy Foxhill Park

Snow clouds looking east

A heavy snow shower this morning at first light but only left a light covering on the snow thats already down.
The skies seemed extra busy today with the birds having a sense of urgency to feed. Several parties of small gulls moved over >N whilst LBBs were moving >NW.
Redwings put in an appearance in bushes around the park after a couple of weeks absence and a few singles flew over the garage.
38 House Sparrows were on my garden feeders at mid day along with 20+ Starlings pecking at fat cakes. Im still hoping for Tree Sparrow but thats something Ive been hoping for over the last 25 years here.
BS.
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