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Sunday, October 9, 2016

A light hearted tour of Queensbury local habitat areas used on the blog.

OGDEN
Walking anti clockwise from the info centre along east bank.


Bread Lobbers Corner.............Duck feeding area just through gate.
Nuthatch Tree..........................First large tree on right past feeding area.
Passerine Alley........................Deep Willows on left leading to picnic area and dipping pond.
Parakeet Pond..........................Mallard pond by first bridge.
Dipper Dyke............................Shale area by second bridge.
Firecrest Alley.........................West Bank by cut out picnic area.
The Alders..............................By sharp left hand bend in track,west bank. Alders left and right of path
Sluice Gates............................Below the promenade, Kingfisher area.
Eastern Watch point...............Corner of top car park by railings.

SOIL HILL
Dog Cack Alley.....................Track up past the mast. Walk it and you,ll see why the name.
The Mounds...........................The hillocks on the right of the track.
Dunlin Pond...........................North end on the eastern summit.
Jack Snipe Alley....................Path running east to west by low wall, top of north slope.
Tree Line...............................Strip of trees running down centre of north slope.
Ring Ouzel Clough.............. Runs down north slope parallel and 25 yds west of tree line
NK Pond...............................Bottom of north slope below tree line. Named after the founder.
Soil Hill Watch Point............NW corner of west summit giving 360 deg vision.

Well it passes on a dark Sunday night and its better than watching the box.
BS


3 comments:

David Sutcliffe said...

Sounds like 'Sumner's Saunter' !

Brian sumner said...

Good one Dave

Dave Brotherton Photography said...

Haha love it and it's helped me have an idea where you're on about when I read your blog