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Saturday 10th April 2021

Woodmancote     A CUCKOO calling at dawn at Nottingham Hill. (Mark Forknall). Another or the same one heard at Woodmancote at 9am. (Judith Thomson). Daglingworth     A male RING OUZEL for about half an hour this afternoon, also a male … Continue reading

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Friday 9th April 2021

Frampton     A BONAPARTE’S GULL still present at the Sailing Lake this morning for its 14th day. (Mark Coller/Paul Skirrow). Please do not view from the Sailing Club and park sensibly in the village and leave exits clear. On the flashes … Continue reading

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Thursday 8th April 2021

Frampton    The first-winter BONAPARTE’S GULL still on the Sailing Lake today until 7pm tonight when it flew off strongly SW. Also a Yellow Wagtail, 100+ Sand Martins, five Willow Warblers, 12 Blackcaps, seven Chiffchaffs, two Oystercatchers and two Cetti’s Warblers. … Continue reading

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Wednesday 7th April 2021

WWT Slimbridge     An OSPREY sat on a post on the Dumbles until it flew N just after 9am. A SPOONBILL still present and 12 CATTLE EGRETS in the roost. (Slimbridge Sightings). Westbury-on-Severn     An OSPREY at midday, over the … Continue reading

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Tuesday 6th April 2021

Frampton    The first-winter BONAPARTE’S GULL still on the Sailing Lake today and roosted on the jetty tonight. Also today 25 Swallows, 300+ Sand Martins, five Yellow Wagtails, four White Wagtails, a Sedge Warbler, a Cettis Warbler, six Willow Warblers, 12 … Continue reading

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Monday 5th April 2021

Frampton    The first-winter BONAPARTE’S GULL still on the Sailing Lake all day until 8pm at least. Also today 13 Willow Warblers, 31 Chiffchaffs, 30 Blackcaps, 54 Swallows, 300+ Sand Martins, two House Martins, two Yellow Wagtails, a White Wagtail, three … Continue reading

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Sunday 4th April 2021

Frampton    The first-winter BONAPARTE’S GULL still on the Sailing Lake until 6:55pm at least. (Paul Rich/Martyn Hayes). If you are coming tomorrow please do not view from the Sailing Club. Please park sensibly in the village and leave exits clear. … Continue reading

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Saturday 3rd April 2021

Frampton    The first-winter BONAPARTE’S GULL on the Sailing Lake on and off throughout the day until early evening at least. Also today a first-winter MEDITERRANEAN GULL, six Yellow Wagtails, 32 Chiffchaffs, 22 Blackcaps, two Willow Warblers, 200+ Sand Martins, two … Continue reading

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Friday 2nd April 2021

Frampton    The first-winter BONAPARTE’S GULL on the Sailing Lake on and off throughout the day until early evening at least. Also today 1000+ Sand Martins, four Swallows, four Willow Warblers, 31 Chiffchaffs, 18 Blackcaps, six Siskins, 24 Meadow Pipits, two … Continue reading

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Thursday 1st April 2021

Frampton    The first-winter BONAPARTE’S GULL returned to the Sailing Lake at 11:15am until early evening at least. (Neil Smart). Earlier it was at WWT. Also a YELLOW WAGTAIL over N, 100+ Sand Martins and two Swallows. (Nick Goatman). If you … Continue reading

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