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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Queensbury Today.

This mornings early heavy rain got things moving a bit although it was short lived and cleared up by 0830hrs.
A good number of Swifts came over during the morning all >SW as well as several big gulls, mainly LBBs but up to 6 Herrings all >W.
The first sign of Meadow Pipit movement showed today with 11 over the garage heading >W which is the common direction for them to move before later in the autumn moving >SW and finally >S when the big push begins.

Lynda still making steady progress despite a few set backs although struggling to eat as yet but hopefully in Sept she can have an operation to insert her lower teeth and lessen her new tongue to try make it somewhat manageable as the way it is now its neither use nor ornament .

The waders have got to start coming this weekend, says he hopefully.
BS

2 comments:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

There are a lot of things in life we take for granted - like eating.
It must be rough when you can't.
Hope all goes well.
John.

Brian Sumner . said...

Thanks for that John