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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Queensbury Today.

A grey, low cloud day with very slight thawing but Raggalds Flood still frozen solid and still a good depth of snow with all the side roads treacherous .
Plenty reports of Pink Footed Geese moving west from Halifax, Bradford and Brighouse areas but not a sniff over the village although if any came over high they would be up above the cloud base.
No big gulls moving today with just the usual small gulls frantically feeding around gardens looking for scraps.
One Foxhill garden had thrown a load of bread out and attracted around 30 Black Headeds.
Several Blue Tits and Goldfinch were working their way along bushes at the side of Foxhill Park whilst 2 Wrens were in and out of the dry stone wall.
A good report from NK at 1530 hrs of a single Raven >E over Black Dyke Mills , nice garden tick Nigel and thanks for the call which got me out in the car park only to find it gone.
BS

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