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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Harp Lane, Queensbury

              A well overgrown Harp Lane
          Several of the passerines moved on now
                                    Looking >NE over Carter Lane
             Adult Carrion Crow with juv below

                                 Thornton church in the centre
                                        Plenty LBB gulls over high and >W

           Sundog in darkening clouds over Foxhill.


A dog walk down Harp Lane, Foxhill this evening found the Wren, Robin and Dunnock families had moved on leaving it quiet other than a few Blue Tits and Chaffinch.
A pair of Carrion Crow with 1 well grown juv were in the tree tops along with several noisy Magpies.
Back in Foxhill park up to 30 Lesser Black Backed were soaring very high and drifting >W with around 20 feeding Swifts so high up they were nearly out of sight.
A Sun Dog was showing well overhead.
BS

1 comment:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

A spooky sky Bri.
Good job you had the dogs for protection.
John.