Monthly Archives: November 2018

Friday 16th November 2019

Frampton     A RED-BREASTED MERGANSER on the Sailing Lake today until 11am at least. (Martin McGill). Cotswold Water Park East     The adult GREAT NORTHERN DIVER moulting into winter plumage still on Pit 125 today. (Jon Mercer). WWT Slimbridge    … Continue reading

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Thursday 15th November 2018

Cam Green     A YELLOW-BROWED WARBLER heard calling from the oak tree behind the workshop at the top of the lane but not seen. (Neil Smart). Forest of Dean    150+ Bramblings feeding on beech mast along the ridge between … Continue reading

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Wednesday 14th November 2018

Cotswold Water Park East     The adult GREAT NORTHERN DIVER moulting into winter plumage still on Pit 125 today. (Bob Webb). Cotswold Water Park West     At Pit 41 a Great White Egret, a Kingfisher, 13 Goldeneye and ten Goosanders. … Continue reading

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Tuesday 13th November 2018

Cotswold Water Park East     The adult GREAT NORTHERN DIVER moulting into winter plumage still on Pit 125 today. (Duncan Dine/Jon Mercer/Tony Perry). Pic by Duncan. Saul    A CATTLE EGRET in the fields past Cadbury Bridge along the road … Continue reading

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Monday 12th November 2018

Cotswold Water Park East     The adult GREAT NORTHERN DIVER moulting into winter plumage still on Pit 125 today. Also a Red Kite over. (Nigel Pleass). Pic by Nigel. WWT Slimbridge    Early afternoon from the Zeiss hide a BITTERN … Continue reading

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Sunday 11th November 2018

Cotswold Water Park East     The adult GREAT NORTHERN DIVER moulting into winter plumage still on Pit 125 at 1:30pm today. (Roy Shilham). Tresham     In the Tresham area early morning a juvenile Peregrine flushed a SHORT-EARED OWL which was … Continue reading

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Saturday 10th November 2018

Cotswold Water Park East     An adult GREAT NORTHERN DIVER moulting into winter plumage on Pit 125 today. Also five Goldeneyes, a Cetti’s Warbler, two Chiffchaffs, a Water Rail, Snipe and plenty of Fieldfares, Redwings and Song Thrushes. (Ian Ralphs). … Continue reading

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