WELCOME TO ( WEST YORKSHIRE BIRDING )
KEEPING BIRDING LOCAL.

BLOG UPDATED DAILY AROUND 2000 HRS.

ANY COMMENTS, QUERIES, INPUT ETC WILL BE WELCOME AND CAN BE SENT DIRECT TO THE COMMENT BOX OR
E MAIL AT THE ADDRESS BELOW, ALTERNATIVELY
TEXT OR WHATSAPP. 07771 705024.

CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE THEM.

E MAIL ADDRESS :-
Briansumner51@hotmail.com


Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Queensbury Today

A dull misty start then brightening only to turn dull again for the rest of the day and rain by early evening.
A scattering of Meadow Pipits came over >S first thing along with a few Redwing which looked to come up out of the old station roost.
Two Herring gulls flew over >W at midday along with 11 LBBs and 17 Commons were in the park.
For the second time this week I was only 1 mile away from a mega sighting, again from NK at Soil Hill who has now moved on from waders to Snow Buntings with a count of 5 up on the summit. His full report can be found on Queensburybirder, well done Nigel, another cracking record.
BS

1 comment:

NigelK said...

Good to see you got Herring Gull in the parish; a bird we don't get enough of around these 'ere parts.