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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Old Guy Rd, Roper Lane

Still grounded on the evenings so another dinner time dash to once again check the Redstart wall below Roper which produced at least 4 Willow Warblers doing Spotted Flycatcher impressions from the edge of the branches but no sign of Redstart or flycatcher.
Once again a good number of HouseMartins were heading through >N whilst several Swifts were feeding very high.
4 LBB gulls were soaring low over the Bradshaw pond probably looking for stray Canada goose eggs or goslings there whilst 2 Grey Partridge scurried across the pylon field.
Old Guy Rd cricket pitch held 3 Meadow Pipits and 2 Skylark but no Wheatears now, seemingly they have moved through our area to breeding grounds further north.
                                                      A single Jay flew >SE over the garage this morning which is a real odd ball for this location.
Roll on the weekend, I,m fed up of seeing Magnolia emulsion and rolls of wallpaper.
BS

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