Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Ogden, Fly Flatts, Mixenden Reservoirs

Did the rounds this morning with the weather conditions as they were - very wet but always a chance of something turning up !

Fly Flatts - fogged off.

Mixenden Res'r - 5 Canada's and that was it.

Ogden fared better with an adult Yellow-legged Gull arriving at 11:05 to fly round and bathe, giving good views but leaving towards Thornton Moor area around 11:15
5 Lesser Black-backed Gulls
5 Black-headed Gulls
1 Common Sandpiper
1 Green Woodpecker around the res'r lodge
2 Blackcaps, 3 Willow Warblers and a Song Thrush still singing.


4 comments:

Brian Sumner . said...

Good do on the Yellow Legged Dave. Bit of a wet do today but good gull weather.

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Nice one - Yellow Legged Gull for Ogden
Well done Dave.

David Sutcliffe said...

Only had the Bridge Camera in the conditions and later found it was on the 'macro' setting. Will post the best of the rubbish photo's.

Unknown said...

Brian Sumner said...Thats a stonker Dave. Km had 2 YLs at Leeshaw yesterday but neither of them was your adult. Also YLs showing at Redcar Tarn and TMR.