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Friday, March 30, 2012

A cooler Queensbury



                                             Blue Tits still busy nest building


Bright and sunny until late afternoon when it became very cloudy with an extremely cold W>5.
The usual thing up here in Queensbury for Easter is snow so lets see what happens.
Good to hear from Calderbirds that Swallows and Willow Warblers were returning to EGP today though the skies have been quiet on the top of this hill today.
The remains of a Feral pigeon were in Foxhill park at midday which looked like a Sparrowhawk kill whilst 2 Pied Wagtails were in the Pineberry car park.
Should be an interesting weekend with the new arrivals, who knows, I may even get my first annual Wheatear.
BS

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