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Thursday 5th December 2019

Berkeley shore     Today 200+ Dunlins, 60 Lapwings, 15 Redshanks, 12 Turnstones, two Stonechats and a Peregrine. (Martin Greenish/Michelle Davies). Forest of Dean     At least eight Crossbills near Drybrook Road Station and three more later at Crabtree Hill. (Roger … Continue reading

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Wednesday 4th December 2019

Saul     The juvenile SHAG emerged from roost at 7:40am, splashed and preened for 5 minutes then flew S along the canal. (Steve Brown). It was back at the Shipton Mill jetty near Cadbury Bridge (Fretherne Bridge) this afternoon. (Eric … Continue reading

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Tuesday 3rd December 2019

Chapman’s Cross     The GREAT GREY SHRIKE c1.5mls SW of Sapperton SW of Chapman’s Cross along Emmerson Lane at SO 93149 01379 again between 11:15-11:35am then flushed by the farmer on a quad bike and not relocated by 1:15pm. Also … Continue reading

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Monday 2nd December 2019

Chapman’s Cross     A GREAT GREY SHRIKE c1.5mls SW of Sapperton SW of Chapman’s Cross along Emmerson Lane cSO934012. (per Paul Marshall). Calmsden    In fields just N of Calmsden on the road to Chedworth at SP048095 nine Grey Partridges … Continue reading

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Sunday 1st December 2019

Sharpness     A BLACK REDSTART still at the end of Dock Road early afternoon. (Paul Taylor). WWT Slimbridge     A BITTERN from Zeiss hide again today. (Tom & Greg Mabbett/Della & Hayden Lack). 52 Bewick’s Swans on the Rushy this … Continue reading

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Saturday 30th November 2019

Sharpness     Two BLACK REDSTARTS, male and female, at the end of Dock Road today. (Paul Cousins). Pics by Paul. Ozleworth     At the junction of the A4135 and the B4058 late morning 600 Golden Plovers and 14 Lapwings in … Continue reading

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Friday 29th November 2019

Tewkesbury     A Short-eared Owl flying above fields off Walton Cardiff Lane early this morning. A Cormorant also landed in same fields. A Curlew low over Tewkesbury Nature Reserve heading across the bypass towards Coombe Hill. (Pete Long). WWT Slimbridge     A … Continue reading

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