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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Queensbury today.

Another sticky hot day with a good heavy shower early pm.
Old Guy rd cricket pitch was quieter this morning with 5 Meadow Pipits and a few Starlings. Seems like the Skylarks have moved on.
Around 8 Black Headed gulls were in the fields with 3 LBBs over >W whilst 2 Common gulls circled high over Foxhill.
A report today at work of 9 Jays down the old station possibly moving through along with a Snipe at the bottom of the Dailie fields.
My phone has been quiet all day so it looks like things have generally been quiet on the birding scene.
BS

1 comment:

Dave Sutcliffe said...

Interesting on the early Jays down there.