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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Queensbury Today

                                          Jackdaws pairing up
                                          First fall out
           Miniature Daffs in the garage car park
                               Water level receding at the flood

Another spring like day after early morning mist on the top of this hill.
A bit of a normal dinner time today so took the dogs up the park armed with the big camera after yesterdays episode so of course nothing came over, although to be fair, it was quite a bit cloudier than yesterdays sky.
A visit to the Raggalds Flood on the way back to work, hoping for an early Redshank ,found the water level desperately going down and just the resident Lapwing pair on site.
Sand Martins are now back around the Keighley area, B.O.G. so keep watching the water.
BS

2 comments:

Dave Sutcliffe said...

Still blue skies at Qby again, you'll be breaking records if this carries on. No Redshank reported this end yet though lots of Curlew and Oycs.

Brian Sumner . said...

Redshanks back at Oxenhope so checking the flood daily when poss.