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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Day of the big gulls

                                     This Dunnock sings day long around the garden.

A day of sunshine and showers brightening up p.m. Wind WSW>4 dropping>2
LBB gulls were moving most of the day all > S, and >SW with 43 counted on the way to and from work and over Foxhill at midday. Two Common gulls headed >W over the park and all but landed before taking off again and moving on. By next month we should have Common gulls back in the park joined by Black Headed.
Swifts continue to head >N and Swallows were feeding over the new mown football pitches and several Greenfinch are around the area which is a bit of a rarety in these parts.
BS

1 comment:

DJSutcliffe said...

Nice to get Common Gull locally in June and a good count of lessers there!