Monthly Archives: March 2018

Saturday 24th March 2018

Cotswold Water Park West     The drake RING-NECKED DUCK back on Pit 16 this evening. Also an adult Mediterranean Gull and four Sand Martins. A Barn Owl and two Egyptian Geese at Shorncote Reedbed. (Graham Lawlor). Frampton     At Court Lake four CATTLE … Continue reading

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Friday 23rd March 2018

Cotswold Water Park West     A second-winter ICELAND GULL on Pit 16 in the roost this evening. Also an adult Mediterranean Gull and a 3rd-winter Great Black-backed Gull. (Nigel Pleass/Graham Lawlor). Cotswold Water Park East     At Pit 125 37 … Continue reading

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Thursday 22nd March 2018

Lydney     The GLOSSY IBIS again today 50 yards from the station end of Lydney Harbour Walk footpath, in the partially flooded field on the right at the start of the path next to the sewage works. Also two Red-legged … Continue reading

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Wednesday 21st March 2018

Frampton     Five CATTLE EGRETS flew into Court Lake to roost at 6:30pm. (Nick Goatman/Martin Greenish). At Court Lake eight Little Egrets left the roost by 6:40am, the CATTLE EGRET was roosting on the back of the middle island and … Continue reading

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Tuesday 20th March 2018

Cleeve Hill     A male RING OUZEL near the radio masts at 9:30am today. (Martin Greenish). Frampton     This evening a CATTLE EGRET, a GREAT WHITE EGRET and eight Little Egrets flew in to roost. (Nick Goatman/Roberta Goodall/Les Ditchburn). WWT … Continue reading

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Monday 19th March 2018

WWT Slimbridge     A JACK SNIPE from Knott hide this afternoon. (Mark Hobson). Pic by Mark. Berkeley shore     Two Wheatears today. (Paul Taylor). Saul Warth     The WATER PIPIT still near Hock Ditch late morning with 90+ Meadow Pipits, … Continue reading

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Sunday 18th March 2018

Stroud     20+ Hawfinches in Stroud town cemetery at the far end of Horns Road next to Daisybank Park and the Crown and Sceptre pub at SO 86217 04717. Also at Horns Road a cold weather movement between 8-9:30am of 2000 Fieldfares, 850 … Continue reading

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