Thursday 24th December 2020

 

 

Cotswold Water Park East     A drake RING-NECKED DUCK still on Pit 127 this afternoon. Also three Snipe and five Yellowhammers. (Duerden Cormack).

Slimbridge     Nine CATTLE EGRETS and a Little Egret on the field between the Tudor Arms pub and Prices Court Farm, opposite the new Slimbridge Parish car park at SO728040. (Paul Masters/Mike Davis).

Birdlip     134 Golden Plovers on fields E of the A417 at Birdlip. (Sam Walker).

Daglingworth     A Corn Bunting and a Yellowhammer at Daglingworth quarry. (Sam Walker).

Sapperton     At the W end of Bathurst estate (E of Sapperton) a Raven, four Marsh Tits and ten Bramblings amongst Chaffinches and Linnets. (Sam Walker).

Gloucester     The male BLACK REDSTART still on Gloucester Cathedral this afternoon on the S  side of the chancel at 3:30pm. (Phil Chapman & Louise Hill). An adult male Peregrine (ringed) and another unknown Peregrine active around the tower at the Cathedral today. (Paul Clark). At Horsebere Brook Flood Storage Lake birds included a Grey Heron, 23 Mallards, four Teal, six Stonechats, seven Meadow Pipits, 17 Goldfinches, two Chaffinches, 35 Redwings and three Pied Wagtails. (John Fletcher).

Chavenage Lane     950+ Fieldfares, 150+ Redwings and 400+ Starlings feeding in fields. In fields near the  lay-by past The Tipputs Inn at Nailsworth on the A46 a male and female Peregrine. (Terry Grant).

Leckhampton Hill     At least two pairs of Stonechats this morning. (Duncan Dine).

Winchcombe     Five Lesser Redpolls in a Winchcombe garden this morning. (Peter Rodgers).

Lesser Redpoll by Peter Rodgers

About The Gloster Birder

My name is Mike King and have lived all my life in Gloucestershire. I am happiest birding around Frampton but I especially love Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. I have birded all over Europe, in the U.S.A. and Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Costa Rica, Belize, Mexico, Dominican Republic, The Gambia, Cape Verde, South Africa and most recently Zimbabwe and Botswana.
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