Monthly Archives: September 2019

Monday 23rd September 2019

WWT Slimbridge     The Spotted Redshank from Robbie Garnett hide early morning, then Zeiss and later Stephen Kirk hide. (MK/Roberta Goodall). Pic by Mike. Cotswold Water Park West     This morning two Little Grebes, two Little Egrets, a pair of … Continue reading

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Sunday 22nd September 2019

WWT Slimbridge    An OSPREY flew off the river and headed inland across the Top New Piece pursued by crows at 12:45pm. (David Bullock). Spotted Redshank from Robbie Garnet hide at 12:50pm. (Matt Lathan). Two Marsh Harriers over the River from Mid … Continue reading

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Saturday 21st September 2019

Winchcombe     A Nightjar roosting in the garden this evening. (George Rayson). Pics by George. Berkeley shore     Six Great White Egrets flew past NE at 10:40am today. Also two Turnstones, 43 Redshanks, a Common Sandpiper, three Wheatears and a … Continue reading

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Friday 20th September 2019

Saul Warth    At high tide 15 Avocets in The Noose, two Wheatears, two Chiffchaffs, 20+ Meadow Pipits, a Grey Wagtail, a Reed Warbler in sub-song, 150+ Shelducks, 40+ Curlews, a Little Egret and four Grey Herons. (MK). WWT Slimbridge  … Continue reading

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Thursday 19th September 2019

Saul Warth     This afternoon at least four Wheatears, a Redstart, a Chiffchaff, 6+ Meadow Pipits, a Red Kite circling over Cadbury Bridge/Frampton at 4:45pm, a Grey Wagtail and Common Darter, Southern Hawker and Red Admiral. (MK). Pics by Mike. … Continue reading

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Wednesday 18th September 2019

Tresham     Early evening a Whinchat and at least four Yellowhammers. (Paul Rich). Stinchcombe Hill     The first Siskins of the autumn, a juvenile Wheatear, three Stonechats, three Spotted Flycatchers, two Whitethroats, plenty of Chiffchaffs and Blackcaps, six Greylags W, … Continue reading

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Tuesday 17th September 2019

WWT Slimbridge     The BITTERN flew S over the Rushy at 8:20am. (Steve Heaven). At 12:10pm the BITTERN was seen from Zeiss hide in flight briefly then dropped into the Bottom New Piece out of sight. At 3pm the Spotted … Continue reading

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