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Thursday, February 18, 2016

Old Guy Road

Limited lunch hour today so just time to check the Skylark situation down Old Guy Rd with all the Skylark reports coming in.
7 Skylarks , 2 Meadow Pipits and a Pied Wagtail were on the cricket pitch with another 5 Skylarks in the manure field along with several Starling. Lower down the road 4 Mistle Thrush were on distant wires.
This week has seen the arrival of Skylarks moving in on spring territory with several reports of increasing numbers from Soil Hill, Fly Flatts, Ringby Top and Denholme Gate and Old Guy Road,
DB, DJS, JL, NK and BS.
Several Wrens up singing around the village now with Robins in song after dark.
BS

1 comment:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Meadow Pipits, in large numbers, next Bri?
John