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Saturday, July 12, 2014

Ogden p.m.

                       Plenty shoreline at Ogden now

                    NW corner attracting the gulls

  Queensbury traditional farming, Perseverance Road

With Saturday afternoon plans going wrong my planned trip to Oxenhope and Leeshaw ended up with 30 minutes at Ogden on G.N.Diver check.
Plenty shoreline all around the water now attracting a good number of gulls but nothing in the way of waders or Terns.
Up to 85 Black Headed gulls were present along with 23 Canadas and the usual Mallards.
Several LBB gulls were overhead >N towards Oxenhope.
Looking now as if all Curlews have left the moors.
A bit of welcome cloud and rain this evening which will hopefully last till morning to waken things up a bit.
BS

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