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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Ogden, late p.m.

                  Passerine Alley

            Like looking over the estuary
            Record low water levels

                                 Plenty Goldcrests in the alley
 A late afternoon dash around Ogden found it very disappointing despite the conditions around the water although passerine alley was busy with Tits and Goldcrests.
The water itself held the usual 2 Gt Crested Grebe, 2 Cormorant and a building number of Mallard whilst the extensive shoreline only managed 23 BH gulls and 1 LBB gull.
Jays were up in numbers with at least 7 flying mainly over the water from east to west.
Around 9 Goldcrests were in the alley along with Gt, Blue and Coal tits as well as Robins, Wrens and Dunnocks.
BS

1 comment:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Nice Goldcrest Bri.

They don't stop still long enough for me to get many pics.

John