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Aythya marila - c.40

 

Paul Bowerman

 

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2018

A winter female was seen well from Northwick Warth and later New Passage on October 10th.

 

2010

A drake was noted off New Passage in the afternoon on December 2nd.

 

2006

Four 1st winter's were seen off Severn Beach on September 3rd.

 

2001

Two, a male and female were located on October 29th off Northwick Warth.

 

1999

Two, a male and female were located on August 28th off Severn Beach.

 

1997

A male was seen on January 3rd off New Passage; Three males were watched on February 4th off Severn Beach in flight heading north.

 

1994

A female was found on August 13th off Severn Beach and remained in the area until August 16th; On October 1st a female was seen off Severn Beach and was present until the 7th; A male was found on December 24th off Severn Beach.

 

1993

A female was noted on August 18th off Severn Beach.

 

1992

On February 12th a male was watched in flight heading south off Aust Warth.

 

1991

On October 11th a female was found off Aust Warth.

 

1989

One, a female was located on October 19th off New Passage, it was present until October 30th.

 

1988

Four males were seen on July 8th at New Passage, all four were present until July 11th with two remaining until July 13th; One, a female was seen on October 29th at Severn Beach, it was joined by a second female on October 31st and both were present until November 20th.

 

1987

Two, a male and female were noted on April 19th off Severn Beach.

 

1986

Six were sighted on March 1st off Severn Beach, the party included five males.

 

1985

On September 7th an individual was found off Northwick Warth.

 

1980

Three females were identified off Northwick Warth and Severn Beach and were present from October 26th until November 2nd with two lingering until December 8th.

 

1972

A male was reported from Littleton Pits on April 2nd.

 

1938

On April 25th one was observed at Severn Beach and remained in the area until May 1st.