Thursday 27th October 2016

Cotswold Water Park West     Belated news of a WRYNECK on tree near Somerford Keynes church. Seen for several minutes before it flew off westwards. (Terry Bates per Bob Philpott).

WWT Slimbridge/Slimbridge village     The five CATTLE EGRETS roosted on South Lake again. They flew off just after 8am and were relocated in Slimbridge village in the field immediately adjacent to the A38 roundabout, best viewed from the gate near the Legion shop, they were here for an hour but then flew off again. They were back in the field late afternoon until 4:45pm at least then they flew over the canal at 5:37pm and flew back towards WWT presumably to roost. (Slimbridge Sightings/Roy Shilham/Roger Scase/Edward Betteridge). Pics by Roy. Early access tomorrow meet in car park 7:30am. Non-members £5. Normal access resumes 8:15am for members, 9:30am non-members.cattle-egrets-271016

cattle-egret-271016Frampton     A GREAT WHITE EGRET on Court Lake, in the bay near the reedbed, viewed from along the track parallel to The Perryway at 10:45am. (Geoff Moyser).

Selsley Common     A Hawfinch and 11 Bramblings this morning. (Francis Steuck).

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