Monthly Archives: May 2017

Wednesday 31st May 2017

Cranham     A HOOPOE seen on top of Cranham Common this afternoon. (Athene Whitaker per Martin Whitaker). Ashleworth Ham     This afternoon a QUAIL calling, two Cuckoos calling, a Red Kite over, five Willow Warblers, a Chiffchaff, a Whitethroat and four Lapwings. (Chris Moore). Amberley     … Continue reading

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Tuesday 30th May 2017

Tewkesbury      A wholly unconfirmed report of a Night Heron photographed on the weir this morning. (per Steve Huggins). Symonds Yat      From Yat Rock Viewpoint today the Peregrine pair and three young seen in the eyrie, a … Continue reading

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Monday 29th May 2017

Frampton pools     A Little Ringed Plover by the Sailing Club again, six Common Terns, a Cuckoo, a Yellow Wagtail, five Whitethroats, 30 Lapwings, 15 Reed Warblers and ten Blackcaps today. (Nick Goatman). Hardwicke     The unringed Ring-necked Parakeet of … Continue reading

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Sunday 28th May 2017

Hardwicke     An unringed Ring-necked Parakeet of unknown origin present for 2 days at the end of Darleydale Close and visiting nearby garden feeders. (Julian Long). Record shot by Mike. Forest of Dean     In the Woorgreens area two … Continue reading

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Saturday 27th May 2017

Saul Warth     A juvenile LITTLE GULL, three Sanderlings, two Dunlins, a Curlew and two Oystercatchers at high tide today. (Gordon Hodgson). WWT Slimbridge      A CATTLE EGRET at South Finger, a Little Ringed Plover on South Lake, a Sanderling, 80+ Dunlins, 40+ Ringed … Continue reading

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Friday 26th May 2017

Berkeley    A late Wheatear and a Red Kite at the shore this afternoon. (Paul Taylor). At Gloucestershire Science and Technology Park a Cuckoo calling at 5:18pm. (Stuart Evans). Sharpness     At SARA this evening three Whimbrels and a Curlew flew … Continue reading

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Thursday 25th May 2017

Hawling     In and around the pheasant pens, two Whitethroats, a pair of Yellowhammers, a Garden Warbler, two Meadow Pipits, three Red Kites, four Linnets, a Wren and late evening around 8:45pm, three Cuckoo’s flew S low overhead then 12 Canada … Continue reading

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