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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Springtime, Queensbury style, Easter Tuesday.

                                  This morning looking out of the garage
                                  Glad to be back at work today




                                         Christmas type scene.

A day of mixed sunshine and showers with heavy snow here in Queensbury mid morning followed by lighter snow showers most of the day but with a temperature of 5 degrees the lying snow did,nt stay long.
A dog walk in Foxhill at lunch time found a few Mistle Thrushes around which is unusual for the area whilst 3 Alba Wagtails went over high and >E..
Looking unlikely for a March Wheatear this year with 2 days to go although looking back over the previous years records most of my first Wheatears have been in the second week of April . My earliest was 23rd March 2013 at Fly Flatts.
Right, wheres that snow shovel !
BS

2 comments:

David Sutcliffe said...

Strange how most spring migrants are generally arriving earlier and Wheatears later !

Brian sumner said...

Impossible to work out a pattern year to year