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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Birds on the move.

With another glorious day the bird movement is speeding up with reports of Pink Footed geese , Calderbirds, but all to the west of Queensbury and out of my line of vision whilst big gulls were moving >N up the Aire valley at midday with mainly LBBs but at least 5 Herring gulls seen.
A customer report today of at least 7 Snipe down Queensbury station along with good numbers of Redwings looking ready for moving.
Out dog walking tonight after dark produced a noisy Little Owl down Harp Lane, Foxhill.
Birding should be a bit more interesting this weekend if the weather holds.
BS

1 comment:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Pretty decent weather forecast fir the weekend Bri.
You may even stay dry!!
John