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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Blue tits on the move.

        Flock of Tits moving through


          Taking advantage of the feeders
       Tonight dog walk in the rain, Fleet Lane top
              A blacked out Foxhill park
   Can.t beat a good lampost

                     Footpath to Old Guy Rd

A better day after a damp misty start with some clear blue skies p.m. but heavy rain showers after dark.
A report this morning via Halifax grapevine of a near miss with a skein of Pink Footed geese over Shibden but heading >W which will have taken them away from the village.
Lunch time found a good flock of around 20 Blue Tits and at least 3 Coal Tits working their way along the edge of Foxhill park stopping off at garden feeders as they went.
Possibly heard a Goldcrest amongst them but could,nt pick it out.

Common gull numbers were down in the park mid day but some massive flocks of Starlings working their way around Foxhill estate.
BS

2 comments:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Spooky out there at night Bri.
Good job you've got the dogs with you.
John

Brian Sumner . said...

They,re ok as long as nobody says BOO to them.