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Blue-headed Wagtail - Motacilla flava flava

 

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© Paul Bowerman

 

 

 

2017:

A fine male was present on Pilning Wetland on May 24th.

 

2017:

A fine spring male was present on Pilning Wetland on May 17th - 18th.

2016:

A fine spring male was present in the Northwick Warth/ Pilning Wetland area throughout the day on April 17th; An apparent second/ different spring male (or well marked Yellow Wagtail) was present on Pilning Wetland in the evening on April 18th; Two (a male and female) were present together on the Wader Scrape on Pilning Wetland in the morning on April 20th viewable from Sentry Box Lane; A male was present on Pilning Wetland on April 22nd - 24th.

 

2012:

A summer male was on Northwick Warth on April 27th.

 

2008:

A male was seen briefly in the morning by four observers at Severn Beach on April 20th.

 

2004:

A male was found on May 1st on Northwick Warth.

 

1999:

A presumed adult was seen on April 19th on Northwick Warth; A presumed adult was seen on April 25th at Aust Warth and the same or another presumed adult was present on April 26th at Severn Beach.

 

1954:

Four were reported on April 23rd at Severn Beach on the foreshore with around 35 Yellow Wagtail. This is the first documented reference to this form in S. Gloucestershire.

 

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