Monthly Archives: January 2020

Saturday 18th January 2020

Cotswold Water Park West    The LESSER WHITETHROAT possibly of the Eastern race blythi still at Shorncote reedbed along the stream beside the footpath, usually by the last bramble covered hawthorn just before the deepest flood on the path. Park at South … Continue reading

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Friday 17th January 2020

Cotswold Water Park West     The BLACK-NECKED GREBE still on Pit 16 at 2pm best viewed from the grassy bank off of Nightingale Way. (Ali Brooks). At Pit 56 today, six Goosanders, a Kingfisher, two Great Crested Grebes and a Great … Continue reading

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Thursday 16th January 2020

Cotswold Water Park West     The LESSER WHITETHROAT possibly of the Eastern race blythi still at Shorncote reedbed along the stream beside the footpath, usually by the last bramble covered hawthorn just before the deepest flood on the path. Park at South … Continue reading

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Wednesday 15th January 2020

Daglingworth     The GREAT GREY SHRIKE at Park Corner in the old quarry at SO9667104334 still and showing well this morning. Please park carefully. (Grahame White). A male MERLIN flew through early afternoon disturbing the c100 Skylark flock. (Paul Masters). Forest … Continue reading

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Tuesday 14th January 2020

Daglingworth     The GREAT GREY SHRIKE at Park Corner in the old quarry at SO9667104334 today still. Please park carefully. (Colin Greenfield/Grahame White). Cotswold Water Park West     The BLACK-NECKED GREBE still on Pit 16 this morning best viewed from … Continue reading

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Monday 13th January 2020

Cotswold Water Park West     The LESSER WHITETHROAT possibly of the Eastern race blythi still at Shorncote reedbed along the stream beside the footpath, usually by the last bramble covered hawthorn just before the deepest flood on the path. Park at South … Continue reading

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Sunday 12th January 2020

Cotswold Water Park West     The LESSER WHITETHROAT possibly of the Eastern race blythi at Shorncote reedbed along the stream beside the footpath, usually by the last bramble covered hawthorn just before the deepest flood on the path. Park at … Continue reading

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