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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Queensbury, more of the thick stuff

Dense fog this a.m. again lifting then returning all morning until midday leaving a bright and warm afternoon.
Six swallows came over Foxhill at lunch time all >S , head down in migration mode whilst several Jackdaws were moving very high and >W.
Otherwise all quiet with just a few Common gulls on the top pitch.
Hopefully the fog will keep away in the morning but I,m not holding my breath.
This has got to be the worst ever September for visible migration.
BS

1 comment:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

A bit of a breeze about tonight Bri might help shift the gloom.

John