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Friday, March 23, 2012

Shelf Moor Pied Blackbird

Just put this photo, taken a while back, for the benefit of Mr Turner who told me today that he see,s the bird daily but it seemed like a different bird that he was describing so heres mine for comparison. The bird shows by the cricket field off Burned Rd, Shelf Moor. He also reported a Buzzard this last week over the Coley church area. Thanks for that and if you still have a problem getting a comment on I,ll see you with your car next week.
A grey misty day in Queensbury today with poor visibility and a hazy sun which never actually broke through the murk.
Around 20 Meadow Pipits went overhead early morning all flying > E into the wind whilst 4 Common gulls flew over Foxhill midday >N. The forecast so far looks good for the weekend and by Sunday we,ll have lighter nights.
BS

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