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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Lapwings moving in

                                        Fog engulfing the masts midday at Foxhill

A bright red sunrise but short lived as the clouds soon began to roll in bringing low cloud and drizzle by mid day hanging on till after dark.
Several Lapwings were overhead at various times today heading towards the Pepper Hill flock so whether these are new birds increasing the flock numbers or birds from the flock out feeding remains to be seen.
A single Skylark over the garage late morning >S was an unusual sight and a customer rang today to ask if I knew about the Black Swan on Mixenden reservoir, which we  did of course, but he said the swan was on Ogden late Sunday afternoon. A touch of exotica for the area.
BS

2 comments:

Brian Sumner . said...

Conry, Converted your site to English, great stuff, like the Booted Eagle photo

DJSutcliffe said...

You are a mine of information - good news from Queensbury again!