Monthly Archives: June 2018

Friday 15th June 2018

Leighterton     A Red Kite over at 12:30pm today. (Martin Saunders). Awre     20 Magpies together in one field, also two Bullfinches, a Buzzard and eight Swifts. (Dave Smith).

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Thursday 14th June 2018

Frampton pools     On Court field a pair of Oystercatchers with two fledged young, also 14 Swifts, a Cuckoo and seven Common Terns today. (Nick Goatman). Hazelcote area     Five Corn Buntings, including three singing males, 500m S from ST845957 … Continue reading

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Wednesday 13th June 2018

WWT Slimbridge     A male GARGANEY from Knott hide again today. (Giles Diggle). At least seven Mediterranean Gulls today on the Rushy two first summers, three second summers (one with a yellow ring) and two adults. (Rich Hearn). Frampton pools     A Red … Continue reading

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Tuesday 12th June 2018

WWT Slimbridge     A CATTLE EGRET seen flying over the Top and Bottom New Pieces today. (Slimbridge Sightings). A male GARGANEY from Knott hide today. (Giles Diggle). Forest of Dean     At Crabtree Hill a Wood Warbler singing near Kensley Lodge, seven … Continue reading

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Monday 11th June 2018

Cotswold Water Park West     At Shorncote Reed beds around Pits 84, 85a and 85b early afternoon and evening birds included four Red Crested Pochards, seven Gadwalls, 11 Mallards, five Tufted Ducks, two Little Grebes, four Coots, seven Common Terns, a Cormorant, two Grey Herons, … Continue reading

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Sunday 10th June 2018

Forest of Dean     At Nagshead two Spotted Flycatchers, two pairs of Pied Flycatchers, four pairs of Nuthatches, two pairs of Treecreepers and a pair of Redstarts. (Les Ditchburn). Frampton     Two Mediterranean Gulls on Court field today. (Nick Goatman). … Continue reading

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Saturday 9th June 2018

Frampton     A pale phase ARCTIC SKUA N over Splatt Bridge this morning. Also a Cuckoo. (Gordon Hodgson). Slimbridge     A Red Kite drifted over Slimbridge village towards WWT this morning. (Scott Petrek). WWT Slimbridge     A GREAT WHITE EGRET on … Continue reading

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