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Post by noelgarside on Tue Mar 12, 2013 5:32 pm

Not strictly off topic but of interest to all
Bousefield Marsh this a.m. 8.30 to 10.30. Not many birds,but saw 2 Roe (I think) deer swim across the Tees. One scrambled out but the other turned abd swam back to the Bousefield side and got out. Very strong swimmers! Also just beyond the gate on the path walking "upstream" I saw a seal. I did not know they got above the Barrage, let alone this far up. Saw singles of Fieldfare, siskin and L T tit which was a bit odd for birds which usually flock. Taken from TEESMOUTH BIRD CLUB
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Re: River Tees Seal

Post by Trout123 on Tue Mar 12, 2013 5:37 pm

Now that's rare to see birds in that smog Very Happy had to get that in marra
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Post by admin on Tue Mar 12, 2013 7:56 pm

Trout123 wrote:Now that's rare to see birds in that smog Very Happy had to get that in marra

Surprised anybody can see anything that early in the smoggie land affraid

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Re: River Tees Seal

Post by Lochbois on Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:46 am

I was down the Teesbarrage Monday and it was good to see three gates flowing at high water. I didnt see any seals maybe they are up near Thornaby. I would think Seal Sands will be better for them Saltwise and for better feeding with sea fish being their target.
Kelts should be getting pushed out to sea with this extra water lets hope they soon return and improve the Tees stocks now we have a few more acess points.

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Post by admin on Wed Mar 20, 2013 7:44 pm

Lochmore wrote:I was down the Teesbarrage Monday and it was good to see three gates flowing at high water. I didnt see any seals maybe they are up near Thornaby. I would think Seal Sands will be better for them Saltwise and for better feeding with sea fish being their target.
Kelts should be getting pushed out to sea with this extra water lets hope they soon return and improve the Tees stocks now we have a few more acess points.

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