Join for FREE
It only takes a minute!
Zeiss - Always on the lookout for something special – Shop now

Welcome to BirdForum.
BirdForum is the net's largest birding community, dedicated to wild birds and birding, and is absolutely FREE! You are most welcome to register for an account, which allows you to take part in lively discussions in the forum, post your pictures in the gallery and more.

Upton Warren

Reply
 
Thread Tools Rating: Thread Rating: 1101 votes, 4.90 average.
Old Friday 15th November 2019, 08:31   #39026
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
Flooding at the Moors Pool this morning - causeway is navigatable in wellies.

4 Curlew on the remenants of Pool Island as per Andy P.
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 15th November 2019, 12:14   #39027
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
From the Moors Pool Andy P further reports:

2 Jack Snipe, 15+ Snipe, 4 Curlew, 62 Lapwing, 5 Pochard, 5 Gadwall, 9 Shoveler, 12 Teal, 24 Tufted Duck, Little Grebe, 37 Coot, 16 Cormorant, 2 Grey Heron, 2 Mute Swan, 10 Greylag Geese, Kingfisher, Grey Wagtail.
3 Coal Tit at the North Moors feeder station.

Mike reports that the second and third Flashes have become one ....
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 15th November 2019, 12:55   #39028
wheatearlp
Registered User

 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: redditch
Posts: 1,372
Quote:
Originally Posted by Phil Andrews View Post
Flooding at the Moors Pool this morning - causeway is navigatable in wellies.

4 Curlew on the remenants of Pool Island as per Andy P.
Making up words again?
__________________
British List: 430 latest - Little Bustard (23/06/19)
Upton Warren List: 208 latest - Glossy Ibis (10/4/18)
wheatearlp is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 15th November 2019, 15:34   #39029
keithr
Relapsus resurgam
 
keithr's Avatar

 
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: West Heath Birmingham U.K.
Posts: 2,178
One of them words you read correctly without thinking
__________________
Cheers Keith
Last birds....Red Kite: Little Egret :Red Necked Grebe :Bairds Sandpiper :Great White Egret :Hen Harrier:Spoonbill:Whooper Swan:Black Throated Diver:Brent Goose:Hooded Merganser:Great Skua:Merlin
keithr is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 15th November 2019, 21:32   #39030
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
Quote:
Originally Posted by wheatearlp View Post
Making up words again?
Just looks more proper than the correct 'navigable'
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 16th November 2019, 07:13   #39031
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
At the half way point of November the monthly list has currently racked up 81 species, compared to an average of 90.17 species and a peak of 93 (2017) and a low of 87 species (2014).

Potential additions in the second part of the month include (year ticks in bold):

Pintail, Goosander, Scaup, Bittern, Merlin, Golden Plover, Avocet, Black-tailed Godwit, Yellow-legged Gull, Great Black-backed Gull, Mediterranean Gull, Tawny Owl, Feral Pigeon, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Waxwing, Treecreeper, Rook, Brambling, Mealy Redpoll, House Sparrow, Yellowhammer
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973

Last edited by Phil Andrews : Saturday 16th November 2019 at 07:16.
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 16th November 2019, 18:18   #39032
Where Bird
Registered User

 
Join Date: Apr 2013
Location: Worcs.
Posts: 291
Thanks Keith.

Last edited by Where Bird : Saturday 16th November 2019 at 19:31. Reason: Enough is enough
Where Bird is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 16th November 2019, 18:51   #39033
keithr
Relapsus resurgam
 
keithr's Avatar

 
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: West Heath Birmingham U.K.
Posts: 2,178
Quote:
Originally Posted by Where Bird View Post
First noted as a LBBG by one observer most notable for the blue ring around its neck. Not going to disagree - what do I know?!

However on moving to the West Hide at the Moors it landed on the rails.
my
Two things . The blue ring should come off - the bird almost achieved that by bending over the edge of the rail and letting the weight pull it down. Unfortunately disturbed. It is loose.

The size compared to a BHG is quite large and the feet and legs are not even pale yellow nor is the beak fully mature in its colouring - compared to the apparent mature set of feathers. So anyone care to comment please.

GBBG?

And yes pic 3 is a bit soft focus!
Ask the vet..lol
__________________
Cheers Keith
Last birds....Red Kite: Little Egret :Red Necked Grebe :Bairds Sandpiper :Great White Egret :Hen Harrier:Spoonbill:Whooper Swan:Black Throated Diver:Brent Goose:Hooded Merganser:Great Skua:Merlin
keithr is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 16th November 2019, 19:16   #39034
wheatearlp
Registered User

 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: redditch
Posts: 1,372
Quote:
Originally Posted by Phil Andrews View Post
At the half way point of November the monthly list has currently racked up 81 species, compared to an average of 90.17 species and a peak of 93 (2017) and a low of 87 species (2014).

Potential additions in the second part of the month include (year ticks in bold):

Pintail, Goosander, Scaup, Bittern, Merlin, Golden Plover, Avocet, Black-tailed Godwit, Yellow-legged Gull, Great Black-backed Gull, Mediterranean Gull, Tawny Owl, Feral Pigeon, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Waxwing, Treecreeper, Rook, Brambling, Mealy Redpoll, House Sparrow, Yellowhammer
Had a Rook over the Flashes on Tuesday.
__________________
British List: 430 latest - Little Bustard (23/06/19)
Upton Warren List: 208 latest - Glossy Ibis (10/4/18)
wheatearlp is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 16th November 2019, 19:29   #39035
upstarts1979
Registered User
 
upstarts1979's Avatar

 
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: REDDITCH WORCS
Posts: 8,590
Today All dayer 6.30am - 4.45pm

FLASHES:
Water level 0.54
Teal 90+. Gadwall pr. Mallard c25. Coot 17. Water rail 2 or 3 calling. Greylag 10. Canada 240.
Snipe 3 flew out in the dark 1st thing. Curlew 11. Green sand 2. Lapwing 20+.
BHG 13 roosted overnight. LBBG over.
Buzzard. Kestrel fem. TAWNY OWL called from Hen pool area whilst I was walking to the hide first thing.
Green woodp. Great sp woodp.
Raven, Jay,
Mistle thrush. Redwing 20. Song thrush 2. Blackbird 20+.
Stonechat pr, meadow pipit 12 min all in front of hide .grey wag, pied wag c10, Cetti's singing. Goldcrest.
Bullfinch 3. Chaffinch. Linnet 18. Goldfinch 35-40. Greenfinch.
Starling c530 over SW. C30 left roost at first light.
Reed Bunting c10 most in 3rd Flash reeds as they left their roost.

MOORS:
Little grebe 2. Cormorant c10
Shoveler 8 ( a pair constantly dived off shore of the Lagoon), teal 30+ (120 min on reserve). Gadwall 5. Pochard 6. Tufted 26.
Coot 35, water rail 6 seen or heard from East hide to car park.
Snipe c40, lapwing c65.
BHG c150 pre-roost, herring gull 7, LBBG 10.
Kestrel, peregrine small male .
Green woodp, great sp woodp 2. Kingfisher. Nuthatch 2.
Treecreeper 2.
Pied wag 60+ going into roost at North Moors.
Starling 200+ roosted.
Bullfinch, chaffinch, goldfinch, siskin over
Mistle thrush singing, song thrush singing, Blackbird 20 min,
Cetti's 3 singing. Goldcrest 5.
__________________
me on twitter
_________________________________________
https://twitter.com/upstarts1979

Last edited by upstarts1979 : Sunday 17th November 2019 at 09:31.
upstarts1979 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 06:10   #39036
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
Carl J had six Grey Wagtail from the East Hide at the Moors Pool yesterday morning, an exceptional count.

Also 8 Great Crested Grebe on the Sailing Pool as per Tim.
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973

Last edited by Phil Andrews : Sunday 17th November 2019 at 06:12.
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 10:00   #39037
upstarts1979
Registered User
 
upstarts1979's Avatar

 
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: REDDITCH WORCS
Posts: 8,590
Tuesday 19th NOVEMBER WORK PARTY

This Tuesday we will be working at the Moors . The work will be around the East (Lapwing) hide. So there will be disturbance (last week the birds moved to the north end of the pool and some to the Flashes ).
We will be continuing our Grassland Project...this aims to restore grassland that has been covered mostly by bramble. If left unchecked ALL THE GRAZING marsh will be lost within 2 years, so it is imperative that we act now. Bramble will be encouraged in the right areas ie away from the shorelines of the water bodies and towards the periphery of the reserve in the 'dryer' areas. The bramble removed last week looked good from a distance but on closer inspection it was dead a foot into it with no nests found. Thus if bramble is left unchecked it will simply keep growing up and outwards and cover more viable wader habitat and not offer anymore passerine habitat (we will manage it tofull potential ie regularly pruned back to get fresh growth)
Reeds and willows are also encroaching into the wader/duck habitat. Without this work we will lose wader habitat so both oystercatcher and lapwing will be lost as breeding birds. Passage birds will also be affected and ultimately the whole of Amy's marsh will become a bramble patch.
Once the bramble has been kept in check, cattle will graze for longer periods than at present and prevent rank vegetation taking hold. I will post pics showing the extent of the bramble problem.
For those attending the work party on Tuesday can we meet at the East hide at 9am ..for those birding the reserve on Tuesday I would suggest you go to the Flashes in the morning .
Sue T is making cake
__________________
me on twitter
_________________________________________
https://twitter.com/upstarts1979

Last edited by upstarts1979 : Sunday 17th November 2019 at 11:17.
upstarts1979 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 10:06   #39038
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
From the Moors Pool this morning Dave J reports:

Jack Snipe, 78 Snipe, Yellow-legged Gull, 11 Curlew, 3 Little Egret, 3 Meadow Pipit, Siskin, 11 Pochard, 5 Gadwall, 7+ Water Rail, 306 Pied Wagtail from roost and c500 Starling, 96 Jackdaw, 500 BH Gull over

I need to check the reserve's record count for Pied Wagtail but suspect this is it.
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 10:21   #39039
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
Quote:
Originally Posted by Phil Andrews View Post
From the Moors Pool this morning Dave J reports:

Jack Snipe, 78 Snipe, Yellow-legged Gull, 11 Curlew, 3 Little Egret, 3 Meadow Pipit, Siskin, 11 Pochard, 5 Gadwall, 7+ Water Rail, 306 Pied Wagtail from roost and c500 Starling, 96 Jackdaw, 500 BH Gull over

I need to check the reserve's record count for Pied Wagtail but suspect this is it.
The previous record count of Pied Wagtail was 300 birds at the Moors Pool in late September 1991.
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 11:29   #39040
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
Quote:
Originally Posted by Phil Andrews View Post
From the Moors Pool this morning Dave J reports:

Jack Snipe, 78 Snipe, Yellow-legged Gull, 11 Curlew, 3 Little Egret, 3 Meadow Pipit, Siskin, 11 Pochard, 5 Gadwall, 7+ Water Rail, 306 Pied Wagtail from roost and c500 Starling, 96 Jackdaw, 500 BH Gull over

I need to check the reserve's record count for Pied Wagtail but suspect this is it.
Mike additionally reports from the Moors Pool:

Female Stonechat, 9 Gadwall, 2 Coal Tits on the feeders
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 11:47   #39041
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
From the Flashes Dave J reports:

Jack Snipe, 2 Siskin, 2 Stonechat
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 21:53   #39042
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
Today's full WeBS count courtesy of Dave J:

Canada Goose 21, Coot 41, Cormorant 18, Curlew 11, Gadwall 9, Great Crested Grebe 8, Grey Heron 2, Greylag Goose 10, Jack Snipe 3, Kingfisher 2, Lapwing 44, Little Egret 3, Little Grebe 6, Mallard 47, Moorhen min of 40, Mute Swan 2, Pochard 11, Shoveler 5, Snipe 81, Teal 90, Tufted Duck 34, Water Rail min of 7, Black-headed Gull 500, Herring Gull 10, Lesser Black-backed Gull 9, Yellow-legged Gull 1
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Monday 18th November 2019, 06:42   #39043
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
Barn Owl again at the Flashes late afternoon yesterday as per Mike W
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Monday 18th November 2019, 11:20   #39044
Phil Andrews
It's only Rock and Roller but I like it
 
Phil Andrews's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Royal Sutton Coldfield
Posts: 16,731
From the Flashes this morning Andy P reports:

5 Green Sandpiper, 5 Snipe, 10 Curlew, 50 Lapwing, 44 Teal, 80 Canada Geese, 8 Greylag Geese, 2 Stonechat, 8 Meadow Pipit, 6 Redwing, Raven
__________________
Upton Warren Life List: 198 (latest: Caspian Gull)
British Life List: 490 (latest: Eastern Yellow Wagtail)
Twitter: @pmandrews1973

Last edited by Phil Andrews : Tuesday 19th November 2019 at 07:21.
Phil Andrews is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Monday 18th November 2019, 19:51   #39045
Birder Gladys
Registered User
 
Birder Gladys's Avatar

 
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Droitwich
Posts: 865
this evening the Barn Owl with the closed eye hunted from 16.03 to 16.28 on and off, its first try was successful magpies moved in for the steel but were forced away by 2 ambushing Buzzards where a mid air struggle took place with the Owl winning.Great to watch. other tonight 10 Curlew 8 Lapwing few Snipe lots of Teal and coot.
some pics from the last few days.
1 A wise man once said Wren's love a log pile.
2 A Grey day
3 GCG remind me of Hilda Baker with her arms folded sometimes.
4 this kesteral is a right poser
5 a ghost Barn Owl.
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_9144.JPG
Views:	62
Size:	510.4 KB
ID:	710413  Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_9147.JPG
Views:	53
Size:	267.5 KB
ID:	710414  Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_9151.JPG
Views:	55
Size:	348.8 KB
ID:	710415  Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_9174.JPG
Views:	49
Size:	180.7 KB
ID:	710416  Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_9188.JPG
Views:	76
Size:	240.0 KB
ID:	710417  

__________________

______________________________________
Upton Warren Life Count 159(latest Merlin)
[email protected]
Birder Gladys is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Tuesday 19th November 2019, 21:13   #39046
upstarts1979
Registered User
 
upstarts1979's Avatar

 
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: REDDITCH WORCS
Posts: 8,590
Tuesday's work party

Many thanks for all 23 of the crew today.
We have now completed phase 1 of the Grassland Project.

1. The old broken down fox fence was removed from the south side of the East hide. This was hard graft and certainly more difficult than we realised. Once it had been removed the dead bramble was then raked out. The southern stretch of bramble was also removed.
The resultant habitat is now a more open grassland and in time will benefit waders and waterfowl. . Immediately the surprise attacks from sparrowhawk will now be reduced. The old stock fence will remain until a god grassy sword develops. We can also control where the cattle go. The brash from this work was piled up to form habitat pilesand also bramnle was planted along the eastern boundary where a thick bramble / blackthorn scrub thicket is now getting established, we will enhance this to have a more viable scrub than the one we have removed.


2. The willow carr that has been developing in the reeds north of the hide was removed and brash burned.
The area was the last patch of reeds that our wintering bitterns used in 2014.. it is very wet and water rail and Cetti's warbler thrive in it. Hopefully it will now be inviting to Bitterns once again in.the not too distant future .

3. The stock fence posts next to east hide path were realigned and secured.

Thanks to
Andy A. Bobby P. Charles. Dave H. Ellen A. Graham L. Ian B. Ian J. Jim B. John C. John newbie. Julie W. Keith M. Kim W. Nick F. Nick L, Paul M. Ray C. Roger S. Steve T. Sue T. Tony B. and me
Thanks to Sue for the cake
Next week will be moving to tbe south side of Amy's marsh for phase 2 .
Bobby P is cake making
John
__________________
me on twitter
_________________________________________
https://twitter.com/upstarts1979

Last edited by upstarts1979 : Wednesday 20th November 2019 at 19:45.
upstarts1979 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Tuesday 19th November 2019, 22:21   #39047
upstarts1979
Registered User
 
upstarts1979's Avatar

 
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: REDDITCH WORCS
Posts: 8,590
Birding the Moors Today

I spent the whole day 7am till 5pm.

MOORS:
Little egret. Grey heron. Little grebe 2. Greylag 10. Cormorant 8. Mute swan 2.
Shoveler 8. Teal 15. Gadwall 4. Mallard 35.
Pochard 9 (5 males). Tufted 29.
Coot 33. Water rail 5.
Snipe 38. Jack snipe 1. Lapwing 75. Curlew.
Common Gull 1st w. BHG 120. LBBG 5. Herring gull.
Kestrel.
Stock dove. Kingfisher 2. Green woodp.
Rook.
Just a few thrushes flew out this morning c12 fieldfare and redwing.
Pied wag 200+. Starling 400+. both these species roosted at North Moors
Grey wag.
Cetti's w singing 3. Goldcrest.
Siskin 2. Redpoll.
Nuthatch.

At Flashes Roger S (regor) saw the Barn Owl this afternoon.
__________________
me on twitter
_________________________________________
https://twitter.com/upstarts1979
upstarts1979 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Wednesday 20th November 2019, 21:06   #39048
UW82
Registered User
 
UW82's Avatar

 
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: BIRMINGHAM
Posts: 1,655
Today's highlights:

MOORS:
Snipe (9)---------------Jack Snipe (1). On the promontory.
Curlew (11)------------Lapwing (c100)
Gadwall (9)------------Shoveler (8)
Tufted Duck (25)------Pochard (8)
Little Grebe (2)--------G C Grebe (2)
Cormorant (23)--------Little Egret (1)
Greylag Goose (10)----Raven
Collared Dove----------Kestrel
Blackcap (m)-----------Goldcrest
Siskin (4). c15 seen by PM along east track.
Stonechat (pr). Probably the Flashes pair.

FLASHES/SAILING POOL*- a.m only.
Stonechat (pr)----------Goosander (pr). Flew in at 09.00 and departed north at 09.10.
Snipe (6)----------------Shoveler (3)
Teal (36)-----------------Peregrine
B H Gull (c 30)----------G C Grebe (4)*
Mute Swan (5x 1w)*----Little Egret

Des.
UW82 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Thursday 21st November 2019, 18:22   #39049
Sarahrea
Registered User
 
Sarahrea's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: Worcestershire
Posts: 203
Can anyone remind me what time the car park at the sailing centre closes please?
__________________
My flickr :) http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/
Sarahrea is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Thursday 21st November 2019, 19:45   #39050
upstarts1979
Registered User
 
upstarts1979's Avatar

 
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: REDDITCH WORCS
Posts: 8,590
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sarahrea View Post
Can anyone remind me what time the car park at the sailing centre closes please?
Officially 4pm
__________________
me on twitter
_________________________________________
https://twitter.com/upstarts1979
upstarts1979 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Advertisement
Reply


Thread Tools
Rate This Thread
Rate This Thread:

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is Off
HTML code is Off



Fatbirder's Top 1000 Birding Websites

Help support BirdForum

Page generated in 0.67043710 seconds with 39 queries
All times are GMT. The time now is 03:10.