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Friday, November 29, 2013

Back to the Dailies

                                  Good numbers of Collared Doves
     Looking across to a misty Yeadon Airport
     ( clump of trees on the far horizon)
                            Looking down to Bell Wood

A much colder day with a strong W>6 decreasing later in the day to W>4 with slight drizzle.
The cold wind made a difference from yesterday keeping the birds down in the shelter so no sign of the mobile tit flock at midday and only 2 Common gulls in Foxhill park.
A  re visit at dinner time to the top of the Dailie fields produced 9 Collared Doves and a single Grey Squirrel on the old allotment area whilst the skies were empty looking across the valley.
The Green Woodpecker was as noisy as ever though remaining unseen down in the holly bushes and a Snipe was chipping from the marshy area.
Walking back to work 3 Reed Buntings flew overhead which was unusual.
BS

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