WELCOME TO ( WEST YORKSHIRE BIRDING )
KEEPING BIRDING LOCAL.

BLOG UPDATED DAILY AROUND 2000 hrs. POSSIBLY TWICE DAILY at MIDDAY DEPENDING ON EVENTS.

FEEL FREE TO SEND ANY COMMENTS, QUERIES OR QUESTIONS DIRECT TO MY E.MAIL AT THE ADDRESS BELOW, OTHERWISE TEXT OR WHATSAPP. 07771 705024.


CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE THEM.

ALL IMAGES ARE STRAIGHT FROM THE CAMERA WITH
NO PHOTOSHOP TUNING. TAKEN ON J PEG.

E MAIL ADDRESS :-
Briansumner51@hotmail.com

No wildlife sightings including Roe Deer, Fox, Hare or Badger will be mentioned on this blog throughout the year due to the rising influx of poaching, long dogging and lamping by sick individuals.
BS

Autumn Visible Migration count has now started at Fly Flatts and reports are recorded on Trektellen. Link on right.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Queensbury, Shelf Moor

Another scorcher today although not ideal birding weather. A quick look from the top of the Dailies today was poor due to limited visibility in the heat haze.
A few Swallows were moving through all >N and a Green Woodpecker was calling down in the station.
Shelf Moor this evening had a pre breeding flock of c 150 Starlings feeding in the Hawthorn field and several Greenfinch, Chaffinch and Linnets in the bushes.
The pond held 4 Canada Geese, a pair of Mallard and a single Moorhen. A pair of Reed Bunting were on the wires nearby.
BS

No comments: