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Monday, January 30, 2012

A Birdy Day, Queensbury


                                Local Blue Tit checking out a nest site

                             Black Headed gulls starting to get summer plumage.

A real lively birdy day today compared to yesterdays drab empty skies. Nothing special seen but around the garage Robins, Blue Tits, Dunnocks and a single Wren were busy feeding and flitting about around the conifers.  A Blackbird kept on starting a few notes of song and there was plenty sky movement with Starlings, Woodpigeons and gulls with just 3 Herring gulls over >WSW at last light which came over unusually low skimming the top of the Victoria Hall.
Foxhill park at midday produced 7 Common gull, 8 BH gulls and 2 Grey Squirrels raiding a garden feeder.
BS

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