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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Sky Watching

                                           Plenty Mipits on the hill

                                        Single Curlew over the bottom fields.

1600-1800hrs  Strong NW>6 . Bright and sunny

Soil Hill
7 Skylark
c30 Meadow Pipit
12 Linnet.

Causeway Foot Col
3 LBB gull......................>N
1 Sparrowhawk.............>NW
1 Kestrel....................blogging
5 Mallard...................>S

Oats Royd, from The Gulf area
2 Herring gull..................>W
3 Mallard.......................>S
usual Greenfinch, Chaffinch present.
BS

2 comments:

DJSutcliffe said...

I couldn't find much moving from Hunter Hill other than the dark Buzzard north and 1 L B B Gull. Nice to get some Herring Gulls moving through Bri.
I bet you were ready for a cuppa after being up there. It was bad enough on Hunter Hill with that cold wind so kept watching for you 'taking off'!!

Brian Sumner . said...

Wasnt going to go stand on the top but curiosity got the better of me. You,ve 360 deg from up there if you can stand the wind.