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Friday, January 3, 2014

Judy Woods

                                           Several Nuthatches present

                                     Dipper in the beck
                             Wintery sun going down
                                          All 4 photos courtesy Tracy Collier.

A report from yesterday kindly sent in by Tracy after she,d been down Judy woods with her brother taking advantage of a bright clear day.
She told me Nuthatches were numerous which was good news for a bird hard to find in our area.
Thanks Tracy, it gave me a breather from thinking of something for the blog tonight after another wet , windy and bird less day.
A quick visit to the Tawny Owl site at lunch time proved fruitless with no sign of the owls and only a couple of soggy pellets on the deck meaning they must be using a second roost site during these windy days. The tree they roost in was really wafting about today, no wonder they,d moved to somewhere more sheltered.
BS
 

1 comment:

Chris King said...

Hi Brian
I forgot to say that i'd had 3 Nutchatch at Shibden Head before Christmas. so they are probably breeding down there in the woods.