Hello there, it's time for those sightings once again. The Dearne Valley today has been full of fog and then mist. By the time I got there this afternoon it was misty,and a big improvement on this morning I was told!
I thought of it as 'atmospheric'...
Here's the sightings summary from Old Moor with the addition of the Tundra Bean Goose at Wombwell today. Clicking on the image will give a much better view - I haven't quite worked out how to insert a bigger image on our updated blog, apologies!
Gary Stones was at Adwick today and his sightings can be found here.
That's it apart from a couple of photos.
The grey wagtail is still showing well in the Bird Garden.
And the cormorants were coming in early today for their roost on Wath Ings.
That's it, have a lovely Friday evening.
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