Monthly Archives: June 2017

Friday 23rd June 2017

WWT Slimbridge     On the Rushy four Lapwings, four Green Sandpipers, seven Avocets, four Oystercatchers, 123 Black-tailed Godwits, ten Pied Wagtails and 24 Shelducks. Along the Holden Walkway and Summer Walkway, 1+ Kingfisher, a Little Egret, two Reed Warblers, a … Continue reading

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Thursday 22nd June 2017

Forest of Dean     At Nagshead Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps, Willow Warblers and families of Redstarts, Goldfinches and Grey Wagtails. Other sightings included an Emperor Dragonfly, a Broad-bodied Chaser, Emerald, Common Blue, Azure and Large Red Damselflies, Meadow Brown, Ringlet and Red Admiral … Continue reading

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Wednesday 21st June 2017

Frampton     A Red Kite at the A38 Frampton turning at 11:23am today. (Paul Sutton). Berkeley     Five Red Kites over Woodlands Farm Bungalow, Clapton at 1:30pm. All quite low, four went W towards the power station, and one circled … Continue reading

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Tuesday 20th June 2017

Forest of Dean    At Brierley two Buzzards, Chiffchaffs, a family of Goldfinches, Willow Warblers, Jays and a Mistle Thrush. Other sightings included Silver-washed Fritillary, Red Admiral, Ringlet, Speckled Wood, Comma and Large Skipper butterflies, a female Emperor Dragonfly, a female … Continue reading

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Monday 19th June 2017

WWT Slimbridge     Two CATTLE EGRETS on the WWT approach road today. (Phillip Cull).

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Sunday 18th June 2017

Alderley     A garden male Siskin this morning, a summer garden first. (Vic Polley). Coombe Hill Meadows     This morning three Cuckoos, a Grasshopper Warbler, two Willow Warbler, three Chiffchaffs, two male Reed Warblers, Whitethroats plentiful, a Lesser Whitethroat … Continue reading

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Saturday 17th June 2017

WWT Slimbridge    From Mid Point/Summer walkway, an OSPREY flew N at 2:15pm mobbed by three Oystercatchers, also a Skylark, 25+ Swallows, two Reed Warblers, 38+ Shelducks, a Curlew, a Sedge Warbler, a Cormorant and a Chiffchaff. On the Rushy … Continue reading

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