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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Queensbury South

With a million jobs to do this afternoon birding had to take a bit of a back seat limited to a quick check on Tracys Wheatear field, Shelf Moor trailer park but no sign of Wheatears. The field was active with around 15 Meadow Pipits, 4 Lapwing and a Mistle Thrush whilst 4 Snipe dropped into the juncus field to roost. The car boot sale field off High Cross Lane held around 40 Fieldfare and at least 2 Redwing with several Lapwing in fields along Corporal Hill,
                                                           Otherwise a poor day with thick fog till midday then hazy skies all p.m. with limited visibility.
BS.

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