BIRDING

 

 

SOUTH

 

 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SNOW BUNTING

Plectrophenax nivalis

 


 

Snow Bunting | South Glos Birds

 

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RECORDS (c.110)

 

2021

A winter female in the Aust Warth area on January 1st - 2nd.

 

2020

NEW PASSAGE/ SEVERN BEACH: NOVEMBER: A winter female on the seawall/ lower platform from the 7th - 9th and 15th where it was joined briefly by a second individual around mid-day on the 8th; Two birds then present at the same site from the 10th - 14th. DECEMBER: A winter female 'flushed' from Aust Warth on the 1st, 4th and 31st.

 

2019

One over the 2nd Sentry Box, Northwick Warth on September 25th.

 

2018

One at Severn Beach on January 3rd; The remains of a 1st winter female on Northwick Warth on January 5th; A winter male in Burger Bar Bay, Severn Beach on December 8th.

 

2017

Two on Lagoon III, Oldbury Power Station on November 5th.

 

2016

One over the coastal footpath south of Severn Beach on October 10th.

 

2014

One at Oldbury Power Station on October 17th.

 

2013

A 1st winter male south of Severn Beach on March 9th - 12th; Two over Aust Warth on October 11th.

 

2012

One over New Passage on February 5th; Two on the salt marsh south of Severn Beach on November 8th with up to six present to November 14th.

 

2011

One at New Passage on October 20th and 22nd; One over Aust Warth on December 10th.

 

2009

One over Cake Pill, Aust Warth on December 2nd.

 

2007

One over Northwick Warth on October 4th; One near Riverside Park, Severn Beach on December 20th.

 

2005

One at New Passage on October 18th; One at Severn Beach on December 17th.

 

2003

A female at New Passage on November 22nd - 23rd.

 

2002

One at Oldbury Power Station sometime in December.

 

2000

One at New Passage on October 19th.

 

1999

Three at Severn Beach on November 27th - 28th.

 

1997

A male at New Passage on December 6th - 12th.

 

1996

One at New Passage on March 3rd; Two at Oldbury Power Station on October 13th; One at New Passage on October 17th and December 22nd.

 

1994

One at Aust ST Works on January 1st.

 

1993

One at New Passage on February 20th; One at New Passage on March 13th; One at New Passage on October 23rd; Five at Severn Beach on November 7th; Two at Severn Beach on November 20th - 21st.

 

1991

One on Northwick Warth on three different occasions sometime in November.

 

1990

Two at Oldbury Power Station on December 2nd.

 

1989

One on Northwick Warth on February 9th; Nine at Severn Beach on November 19th; One at Severn Beach on December 16th - 17th.

 

1988

A male at New Passage on October 6th - 12th; One on Northwick Warth on November 16th.

 

1987

Two on Northwick Warth on February 1st; A female at Severn Beach on December 13th.

 

1985

A female at Severn Beach on January 12th - 18th was joined by a male on the 13th; A female (corpse) on Northwick Warth on February 16th; Five at Severn Beach on November 2nd; One at Severn Beach on November 16th.

 

1984

One at New Passage on January 20th; One at Oldbury Power Station on February 21st; Eight at Severn Beach on November 25th with one or two at Aust until the end of the year.

 

1983

One on Severnside on November 2nd - 6th.

 

1982

Singles from Severn Beach on March 24th;  Two at New Passage in late October; One from New Passage and Filton in either October or November.

 

1981

Several individuals on Severnside from September 28th until December 17th.

 

1980

One or two on Severnside from November 9th.

 

1978

A female at Severn Beach on February 26th.

 

1976

Up to three birds from Filton until February 25th and again from October 24th.

 

1958

Five at Severn Beach on January 2nd.

 

1948

One between Aust and Littleton-upon-Severn on January 2nd.

 


 

 

 

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