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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Woodies and Fieldfares

Woodpigs fill the sky



The local Sparrowhawk does a quick flypast.

A beautiful red ball sunrise this morning but a slow start to any movement, the south wind not doing any favours.
Woodpigs were the main movers from 0800-0915hrs all >S but soon coming to a halt leaving empty skies until 1000hrs when a small number of thrushes started moving over >NW but this was short lived and only low numbers counted.
The local Sparrowhawk zoomed across the car park only letting me get a quick snap as it didappeared over the rooftops.
BS
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