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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Drizzle at Queensbury, rain at Leeds.

                           Lynda taking a moment before going in.
           May as well see if there are any Red Kites whilst we,re here.
           Too wet to go up on the roof today.

A real grey manky day from start to finish with low cloud and heavy drizzle at Queensbury and grey skies and rain at Leeds, hence a lack of birds at either end.

A Little Owl was calling this evening from Harp Lane, Foxhill whilst out dog walking last light and a report yesterday from Lyndas sister Valerie of a Tawny Owl calling nightly from the Sourheads area of Queensbury.
A 1700hrs appointment tomorrow so may get chance to check the Raggalds Flood at lunch time in hope of Redshank or Plovers although it was April last year when the first Redshank arrived.
BS

2 comments:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Hi Brian,
The raggalds flood looked to have some water when I looked across from SH yesterday & todays wet stuff may help.Good luck tomorrow.
John

Brian Sumner . said...

Very little water now John but enough to tempt the waders.