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Sunday, November 27, 2016

Soil Hill pm visit

                   Plenty LBB gulls on their way to roost


A cloudier visit to Soil Hill this afternoon, 1430-1530 hrs which improved visibility without that blinding sun in your eyes.
Two searches of both east and west summits, the track and the mounds produced next to nothing, one of the quietest sessions yet. The only ground bird was a single Common Snipe with no sightings of the Jack Snipe for a couple of weeks now showing it must have moved on.
Stonechat, Mipits and Skylark were all noticeable by their absence and the Nyger seed remained untouched.
The only sky moving birds were several LBBs heading for the Oxenhope roost and a pair of Magpies around the old mistle.
Not the best of Sundays birding but every poor day means you,re one nearer a good day and after the run I ve had at Ogden recently I can,t complain.
BS

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