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Friday, June 24, 2016

Looking back at some previous July birds

No time to get out birding today with fence painting duties until I was rained off by a torrential rainstorm at 2000 hrs.
Rushing June out of the way heres a few July birds from previous years to look out for.

                                         Common Scoter, Ogden
Pochard  Ogden


                          juv Common Sandpiper, Fly Flatts
                                             Redshank
   Variety of gulls building up at Ogden.
                                  Herring gulls passing through
                Black Headed s, one with leg ring
             Juv Wheatear, Fly Flatts
       Swifts congregating ready to move
                        Twite at Fly Flatts, 2 year ago

    Grey Wagtail bred at fly Flatts
                                    Shoveler at Ogden
                          Dunlin, Fly Flatts
  Distant Gt Northern diver, Fly Flatts, from top road
                Tons of gulls at Oxenhope
                                  Busy shoreline at Oxenhope

Hopefully the thunderstorms will bring us some Scoters or Terns through this weekend
BS

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