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Welcome to the Blog of the Bradford Ornithological Group (BOG). Here you will find information about the latest sightings, an archive of information and a gallery photos of the birds of this area of West Yorkshire, England. We are an active group of 150 members dedicated to the study and conservation of birds within this region which is situated amongst the Pennines of Northern England.

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Marsh Harrier

Marsh Harrier
NEST DESTROYED ON DENTON MOOR - click on image

Friday, 5 June 2015

Friday 5th June 2015

Riddlesden Garden.

It seems as though a peak of activity has been reached in my garden. The sole survivor of 8 nestling Blue Tits left the birdbox this morning. I fear the cold May has been responsible for the high number of deaths. Jackdaws that have been  breeding (squatting) in my Owl Box are making an making  a huge din , I think they are ready to leave.  Other young birds are coming to the feeders for the first time, sometimes with adults feeding them .

Stephen  Lilley


Hewenden
At least 20 pairs of Swifts are using the viaduct as a nest site.
A pair of Oystercatchers are nesting on an old tractor tyre nearby.
Paul King

East Riddlesden Hall
Raven high overhead, Skylark singing,
Garden Warbler, Blackcap, Whitethroat,
Chiffchaff, Willow Warbler, Nuthatch
M Doveston