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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Queensbury Today

A better day road wise up here on the tops with overnight rain shifting most of the snow.
A strong SW>5 throughout the day with rain showers and some snow which quickly melted in the rising temperatures.
Common gulls were back in Foxhill park, now that the snow has gone, with 28 at midday. Must be that they can,t feed through the snow.
A flock of 11 LBBs  flew over >NW in v formation making me believe that they were geese until they got closer and 8 Collared Doves are back around the park area.
A kestrel was hovering over Grimstons field.
BS

1 comment:

DJSutcliffe said...

Good to get a few lessers moving through. Always worth a check especially in winter. It would be nice to get a glauc or an Iceland with them over the garage!