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Friday, February 26, 2016

Pinkies for Queensbury

A good start to the day with 4 Pink Footed geese over the garage heading >NE high and motoring in migration mode. Too quick for me to get to the office and back with the camera.
A few minutes later a lot of commotion with noisy corvids and all the mill feral pigeons up made me head for the door just in time to see a Sparrowhawk very high and >SW, obviously a mover.
After that things went downhill leaving a quiet day with just small gulls around Foxhill midday.
Well done to Andy Cockroft for finding local Tree Sparrows for the second year in a row but at a different site, see Andys blog.
Enjoy your weekend.
BS

1 comment:

David Sutcliffe said...

Nice to get the pinks early on Bri. Hope the weekend does well for you