Monthly Archives: December 2017

Saturday 16th December 2017

Gloucester     A PENDULINE TIT at Plock Court, Longford today at SO837204, photographed (see tweet here Penduline Tit tweet maybe headed back to Horsebere? (Susan Payne). Cotswold Water Park East     The GREAT NORTHERN DIVER on Pit 125 Bowmoor Sailing Club lake … Continue reading

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Friday 15th December 2017

Cotswold Water Park East     The GREAT NORTHERN DIVER on Pit 125 until 2pm at least. Also a Marsh Tit and a MERLIN. (Scott Petrek/Roberta Goodall). Forest of Dean     A Little Egret at top end of Cannop Ponds this morning. … Continue reading

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Thursday 14th December 2017

Cotswold Water Park East     The GREAT NORTHERN DIVER on Pit 125 until 3:10pm at least. (Martin Greenish/Robin Nelson/John Fletcher). At Whelford pools GWT reserve Pit 111 a Yellow Legged Gull, four Goldeneyes (3m, 1f), five Goosanders (4m, 1f), 34 Teal, 35 Shovelers, 18 Tufted … Continue reading

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Wednesday 13th December 2017

Cotswold Water Park East     The GREAT NORTHERN DIVER on Pit 125 until 1:25pm at least. (Mark Dowie). Cheltenham     The male Goosander still this morning on Pittville Park Lake and a male Stonechat near Tommy Taylors Lane. (John Sanders/Roy … Continue reading

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Tuesday 12th December 2017

Cotswold Water Park East     The GREAT NORTHERN DIVER on Pit 125 until 2:45pm at least. Also a Chiffchaff, two Water Rails calling, seven Wigeon, a female Goldeneye and a male on Pit 126. Nearby a Red Kite at Ampney … Continue reading

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Monday 11th December 2017

Cotswold Water Park East     The GREAT NORTHERN DIVER on Pit 125 until 3:30pm at least. (Paul Rich/Jon Mercer). Pics by Duncan Dine. Hucclecote     A garden Hawfinch briefly this morning. (Chris Jones). Forest of Dean     Two Peregrines over … Continue reading

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Sunday 10th December 2017

Frampton     Around the pools late afternoon the Whooper Swan, the adult Yellow-legged Gulls, a Shelduck, 75 Tufted Ducks, 14 Shovelers, 24 Gadwalls, 300 Coots and three Little Grebes. (Nick Goatman). Forest of Dean     At Parkend cricket ground in Crown Lane … Continue reading

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