Monthly Archives: October 2019

Thursday 24th October 2019

Newnham-on-Severn    The eight Pink-footed Geese again today on the river opposite the Silver Fox cafe/White Hart pub, but equally visible from Arlingham Warth. Probably feeding on stubble fields on the Arlingham side when not on the river. (Paul Masters/Les … Continue reading

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Wednesday 23rd October 2019

Arlingham     Eight PINK-FOOTED GEESE again on the sands opposite the White Hart pub at 2:40pm. Also a Little Egret, three Grey Herons, a Cormorant, 92+ Canada Geese, 22 Lapwings, two Golden Plovers, two Peregrines, three Kestrels, 50+ Stock Doves, … Continue reading

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Tuesday 22nd October 2019

Newnham-on-Severn     Eight unringed PINK-FOOTED GEESE on the sands this afternoon. (Terry Grant). Forest of Dean     A female Goosander flew over Crabtree Hill this morning. (Terry Grant). Cotswold Water Park West     At Shorncote Reedbeds between 5pm and dark six … Continue reading

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Monday 21st October 2019

Hawling area     A female Merlin at 11am today. (Terry Clarke). Pic by Terry. Cleeve Hill     Three RING OUZELS (Ad male, ad female & 1st winter male) 100 metres above the Washpool in hawthorns still this morning. Also c100 … Continue reading

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Sunday 20th October 2019

WWT Slimbridge     A juvenile White-fronted Goose on the Dumbles this morning, first of the winter, probably Greenland race. (Martin McGill). Also an Osprey reported flying down river at 10:15am. (Slimbridge Sightings). Frampton     A Firecrest on the Perryway side of … Continue reading

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Saturday 19th October 2019

WWT Slimbridge   A Marsh Harrier from Zeiss hide, also six Common Cranes and a Peregrine. (Chris Keeling). Minchinhampton Common     Three Golden Plovers roosting on the common at midday, there were 36 there on 10th October. (Terry Grant). Pic by Terry.  Maisemore  … Continue reading

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Friday 18th October 2019

Forest of Dean     Two Bramblings NE of Salutation this morning. (D Clarke). Cleeve Hill     Three RING OUZELS (Ad male, ad female & 1st winter male) 100 metres above the Washpool in hawthorns still this morning. (Dave Pearce). Coombe … Continue reading

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