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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Two for the price of one, Queensbury Tawny Owls.

                 

                             Being watched
                                            The 2 back roosting together



                                        Not easy to see and photograph

A cold breezy day with some light showers then heavy rain just before dark.
Very little on the move this morning other than a few Woodpigeons after a foggy start then nothing in the clear blue skies. Vis Mig is now near enough at an end for another season apart from Woodpigs, Geese and swans which will still be seen so next on the list is checking the waters for winter ducks and geese and any rare passerines that turn up such as Black Redstarts, Snow Buntings etc.
A pleasing sight at lunch time to see the two local Tawny Owls back together at the roost, will start collecting some pellets Andy, one or two today but soggy and not easy to find in the deep fallen leaves, will let you know when I have some.
A female Sparrowhawk ploughed through the garage car park this afternoon narrowly missing a House Sparrow.
BS

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