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Saturday 13th April 2019

WWT Slimbridge     An ARCTIC TERN on the Rushy at 10am. (Dave Paynter). Frampton pools     The DARK-BELLIED BRENT GOOSE still on Court field this morning. Also two Cattle Egret and eight Little Egrets, four Oystercatchers, a Common Sandpiper, two … Continue reading

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Friday 12th April 2019

Cotswold Water Park East     At Pit 104 a female SMEW amongst eight Goldeneyes, plenty of Sand Martins, Blackcaps, Chiffchaff and Willow Warblers. (Mick & Jo Jones). Cleeve Hill     At 4:30pm male and female RING OUZELS feeding on a scrape … Continue reading

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Thursday 11th April 2019

Frampton     The DARK-BELLIED BRENT GOOSE still on Court field this morning, a Cattle Egret on the island, four Willow Warblers singing and two Oystercatchers. (Nick Goatman). At Splatt Bridge tonight, ten Redshanks, two Green Sandpipers flew N and a … Continue reading

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Wednesday 10th April 2019

Westbury-on-Severn     An adult GLAUCOUS GULL at Pimlico Sand this morning at 10am. It was chased off by a Great Black-backed Gull and flew away towards Arlingham church. (John Phillips). No sign from Arlingham Passage at 4pm. Wotton-Under-Edge     An … Continue reading

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Tuesday 9th April 2019

Frampton     A DARK-BELLIED BRENT GOOSE on Court Field this afternoon. Also two Wheatears, three Yellow Wagtails, 500+ Sand Martins, six Swallows, two House Martins, 17 Chiffchaffs, 20 Blackcaps, 84 Meadow Pipits, 28 Linnets, a pair of Goldeneyes, four Teal, … Continue reading

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Monday 8th April 2019

Prestbury     At 9:23am an OSPREY flew over and on towards Cleeve Hill. (Ken Heron). WWT Slimbridge    51 LITTLE GULLS circled South Lake, then the Top Hut and carried on NE at 2:35pm. (Martin McGill). A Great White Egret … Continue reading

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Sunday 7th April 2019

Selsley Common    A male RING OUZEL in a bush on the W side of the barrow at 7:45am. Also a Redstart near the North quarry. (Colin Greenfield). Cleeve Hill     Male and female RING OUZEL still below the heather … Continue reading

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