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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Ogden a.m.

A poor morning with a strong SW>5 and terrible light, everything seen in silhouette hence no photos.
The water just held the usual mallards and 3 Canada geese whilst a pair of Grey Wagtails were in the overflow. A quick glimpse of a Nuthatch at last which briefly flew from the feeders up into the large tree by the flagpole, as reported by John in the week, then away over the Rhododendrons  .
A Heron flew >SW, my first this year, and a Song Thrush was singing in the usual area.
Plenty Robins, Dunnocks, Wrens, Blackbirds, Chaffinch and tits singing.
A few Coal Tits around and a couple of Goldcrest.
BS

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