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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Movement continues



What a contrast to yesterday with clear blue skies and wall to wall sunshine.
Woodpigeons continued to move >S today with about 200 over whilst I was on my way to, and at work.
Meadow Pipits are still trickling >S though in small numbers now and a dozen Chaffinch headed the same direction.
It looked like an ideal Pinkie day today but I havent checked any blogs yet to see if any have been reported and the Calderdale grapevine has been quiet so it sounds as if no great numbers have been coming through.
With the bulk of vis mig almost over now the main birds to show will be Woodpigeons, Pinkies and yellow billed Swans plus hopefully Snow Buntings, Lapland Buntings and Shorelark along with one or two Black Redstarts thrown in for good measure.
Thats the beauty of birding, theres always something to look forward to for ever season, ( finding them,s another thing ).
BS

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