Monthly Archives: July 2019

Sunday 21st July 2019

Frampton pools     A Spotted Flycatcher by Court Lake, also a Hobby and two Nuthatches today. (Nick Goatman). WWT Slimbridge     The SPOONBILL still on the edge of the Dumbles seen from Zeiss hide. (Roberta Goodall). Just two chicks remain … Continue reading

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Saturday 20th July 2019

Frampton pools     A BLACK KITE flew strongly S over the A38 and the pools and out of sight at 10:30am. No further sightings. Also today a Mediterranean Gull, a Hobby, two Green Sandpipers, a Yellow-legged Gull, eight Little Egrets, … Continue reading

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Friday 19th July 2019

WWT Slimbridge     Two Great White Egrets from Zeiss hide from 1:45pm. (Ian Hull). Dursley     A Dipper on the river at Water Street today. (Shane Long).

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Thursday 18th July 2019

Coombe Hill Meadows     This morning, birds included four Snipe, two Green Sandpipers, two juvenile Curlew, only 1 ringed bird today, three Common Gulls and an adult Hobby feeding at 11:15am. (Dave Stone). Hawling     A Red Kite, Buzzards, Kestrels, … Continue reading

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Wednesday 17th July 2019

Cirencester     A pair of Little Owls in Cirencester Park today. (Chris Snook/Clive Scarlett). Also in the Park this morning a Tree Pipit, two Hawfinches and a juvenile Cuckoo on the ride. (Michael Cook). Pic by Chris. Aston Down     A Red … Continue reading

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Tuesday 16th July 2019

WWT Slimbridge     From Zeiss hide the SPOONBILL still distantly on the estuary and a summer-plumaged Little Stint again distantly on the Top New Piece. (Slimbridge Sightings). Netheridge Farm    A Lesser Whitethroat, a Whitethroat, a Sedge Warbler, a Reed Warbler and a … Continue reading

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Monday 15th July 2019

Leighterton     This evening two Little Owls again. Also a QUAIL calling from the same area, around ST824906. (Paul Rich). WWT Slimbridge     From Zeiss hide the SPOONBILL still distantly on the estuary, a summer-plumaged Little Stint, 11 Little Ringed Plovers, 16 Redshanks, … Continue reading

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