Scandinavian Rock Pipit

Anthus petrosus littoralis - c.20

 

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2020 (2)
One was displaced by the rising tide at New Pill, Chittening Warth on March 13th; A summer plumaged individual was noted by the cooling water outflow at Oldbury Power Station on March 21st.
 

2017
Three or four present on the saltmarsh at Severn Beach on March 4th.
 

2016
One was seen and photographed in fields between Lagoon III at OPS and Thornbury Sailing Club in the morning on March 22nd.
 

2015
A summer plumaged individual was present on Northwick Warth around the 1st sentry box from March 6th - 8th.
 

2013
A 'Norwegian' colour ringed individual was seen at Severn Beach on October 19th - 20th.
 

2011
One was seen at Oldbury-on-Severn Yacht Club at on October 26th. 2010 One was present on the Salt Marsh at Severn Beach on March 7th.
 

2009
At least one was present on the Salt Marsh at Severn Beach on March 18th.
 

2008
One probably this form was seen at Aust Warth on December 30th.
 

2006
One was reported from Severn Beach on March 3rd when a spring tide pushed pipits out of the salt marsh.
 

2005
On March 5th a presumed winter adult was on the Spartina at Severn Beach approximately one kilometre south of the village and remained in the area until March 10th.
 

2004
On February 17th one probably this species was reported between Littleton and Oldbury.
 

1982
An individual reported from Oldbury-on-Severn on October 6th showed characteristics of the race 'littoralis'.

 

1981 - 1871

No reports found between these years!
 

1870
Two birds were reported in early March at New Passage, both were 'obtained'.