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Monday, December 6, 2010

More pics from yesterday

These did,nt seem to mind the snow

Yeti on the hill. Me and my shadow. Problem is you start
talking to it when youve been up there a while.

Noisy buzz bug flying round.

Another good day, despite the snow , with clear blue skies and wall to wall sunshine although no sign of thaw at all.
LBB gulls were on the move >NW whilst Common and BH gulls were everywhere harrassing the Starlings for food.
2 Coal Tits made a brief appearance in conifers by the garage today which is unusual and the local Sparrowhawk flew through at least twice after Starlings but went away hungry.
A little Owl flew across the car headlights tonight on the way back from Shelf Moor, this is the first one seen near the golf course since the breeding season.
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2 comments:

DJSutcliffe said...

Yeti on the hill photo - were you looking for your boulder?!

Brian Sumner said...

Have to wait till the snow melts in June for that Dave.