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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Oxenhope, p.m. visit.

                                        Gulls on the nw shore
                  Local helicopter goes over
         
              BH gull still in full summer plumage
                 Gulls starting to build in the se corner
             Plenty squadrons of Starlings around

 Coming to the water then back on the moor for Bilberries
             Thats if DJS and Jen have,nt picked them all
                                                          LBB coming in

Oxenhope 1600-1700hrs  Steaming hot, strong W>5
B.O.G. members only

Plenty shoreline showing now at the nw corner but understandably, in this heat, no waders.
Gull numbers are on the up as well as Lapwing but no Curlew today.
Only wildfowl were Mallard, Canada and 1pr Teal scoped in the far sw corner.
Overhead the skies were birdless courtesy of this endless heatwave.

c 600 Lesser Black Backed
c 400 Black Headed
7 Common gull
4 Herring gull but no Yellow Legged.
c 200 Starling
28 Lapwing
44 Canadas
6 Mallard + 8 young chicks.
+ usual Mipits and Corvids.
BS

1 comment:

Dave Sutcliffe said...

We have left a few Bri !