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Friday, January 11, 2013

Queensbury, lunchtime birding.


                                            Foxhill gulls


A dull and milder day with low cloud swirling round by lunchtime but cleared p.m.
Again small numbers of LBB gulls were moving >SW along with a few early morning Redwings very high and >NE.
Foxhill at lunchtime found 5 Common and 3 Black Headed gulls in the park  with 6 Redwing over low and fast >NE. A quick look from the top of the Dailies for geese produced around 20 Fieldfare down in the station Hawthorns but ,as with the last few days, the Pinkies have been going through to the SW of Queensbury with 2 skeins today >W over Halifax,( Calderbirds).
As a last resort before work it was down to check the Tawny Owl site but to no avail so back to work with just the above gulls in the camera.
Hope we,re not snowed in for birding this weekend ?
BS

1 comment:

DJSutcliffe said...

i like the gull shots Bri.