Monthly Archives: August 2017

Thursday 24th August 2017

Brockworth     A male Peregrine with orange/red colour ring on left leg perched on a pylon at SO886179 tonight. (Terry Fenton). Nailsworth     One, possibly two Hawfinches on the Avening road near Longfords Mill. Four Swifts S at Nailsworth. … Continue reading

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Wednesday 23rd August 2017

WWT Slimbridge     A PECTORAL SANDPIPER reported from Robbie Garnett hide briefly early afternoon. (Adrienne Sanders). An OSPREY on driftwood on the river seen from Mid Point from 9:25am this morning until 10:15am when it flew off inland in the direction of … Continue reading

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Tuesday 22nd August 2017

Dursley    A female Wheatear this morning at the end of Chaucer Road, Whiteway. (Phil Pope). Winchcombe     A family group of Spotted Flycatchers at Langley Hill for most of the day. (Phil Cull). Pic by Phil. At Sudeley Castle … Continue reading

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Monday 21st August 2017

Gloucester    In the Port Ham area this evening a Whinchat, a Redstart, a Garden Warbler and a Spotted Flycatcher. (Andy Jayne). Nailsworth     A flock of 37 Swifts gradually moving S at 6:40pm. (Terry Grant). Cotswold Water Park … Continue reading

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Sunday 20th August 2017

North Cotswolds     An OSPREY with a fish catch roosting in a dead tree this evening. Site withheld as this is above an active Hobby nest. It is possibly fishing at Bibury Fish Farm. (Duncan Dine/Dave Pearce/Martin Wright). Pic … Continue reading

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Saturday 19th August 2017

Frampton    At Court Lake the GREAT WHITE EGRET still, and around the pools eight Green Sandpipers, two Common Sandpipers, the adult Yellow-legged Gull, two Swifts, two Willow Warblers, 22 Chiffchaffs, nine Blackcaps, two Whitethroats, a Hobby and a Water Rail. … Continue reading

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Friday 18th August 2017

Hailes    Three TREE SPARROWS reported at Hailes near Winchcombe this afternoon. The first report in Glos since 2013. (Bob Fryer). Cotswold Water Park East     At Pit 132 a Greenshank, two Common Sandpipers and a Hobby over. (Jon … Continue reading

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