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Monday, January 2, 2017

Ogden, first light.

                                        First light at Ogden


                                        Ollie in his winter wooly

                                                  Passerine Alley

A much better morning at Ogden after some overnight snow at Queensbury. Temperatures were down to zero with a biting N>3 over the water but skies were clear and blue with sunshine.
                                                                 Nothing bird wise to get the adrenaline flowing with just the usual sp. A higher number of Jays with 6 counted around the water and up to 12 Robins, several of which had the look of continentals. The water just held the usual Mallards and small gulls and still awaiting Goldeneye which seem to arrive further on into the new year after a few quick visits Nov/Dec.
Three Bullfinch were bird of the morning.
BS

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