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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Mistle Thrushes and Pied Jackdaws

After a red ball sunrise a dull cloudy day with a cold W>5 and rain after dark.
Mistle Thrushes were the bird of the day with 5 over >W first light , 3 >W mid morning and 4 dropping into trees down Station Rd last light.
Gull numbers are slowly increasing around Foxhill with 14 Commons and 11 Black Headeds over the rugby field at mid day although by now the Foxhill Common gull numbers are up to around 50 present daily.
A report from customer Roy today of the Pied Jackdaw, that I reported earlier on the blog, being present this morning around his garden. Roy has also had sightings of Woodcock down Queensbury old station and whilst dog walking between Shelf roundabout and Coley.
He,s hopefully going to send me some photos of 3 Glossy Ibis that his brother has been watching on a small marshland area near his home in Southport.
BS

1 comment:

Danny said...

You've captured some wonderful scenes there Brian.