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Monday, June 16, 2014

Queensbury Today

A hot and sunny day with a slight N>3 which is typical for a Monday after a dank and miserable day yesterday.
A few LBB gulls were heading over >W around midday and several juv Goldfinches were around Foxhill Park along with large numbers of young Blue Tits around the village.
A quick look at the Raggalds Flood tonight found Lapwings dispersing with 12 in and around the flood field along with 9 Woodpigeons, 4 Stock Doves and c40 juv Starlings. The water is now non existent.
BS

2 comments:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

RF looks like a place to avoid 'till some wet stuff comes along?

Birdnut said...

I noticed Blue Tits in abundance too couldn't get away from the sound.