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Thursday, May 12, 2016

Dinner time dash, Swalesmoor Rd

            Swallows back in residence


                                Sun going down over Foxhill

Just time for a quick dash on Swalesmoor Road at lunch time to check the Linnet situation.
A small group of around 20 were very mobile in and out of their favourite bramble area whilst 3 Dunnocks were also present.
2 Pied Wagtails were on the ski slope with a Kestrel overhead.
Several Swallows have now taken up residence in their annual breeding area in out buildings opposite the Shibden track.
A Green woodpecker was calling down in the wood whilst 4 LBB gulls were over the tip.
All quiet on the text scene today with no more Greenshank reports.
BS

1 comment:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Like the close-up Swallow pic. Bri.
John