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YELLOW-BROWED WARBLER - Phylloscopus inornatus

 

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2018:

One was reported in trees in a private garden on North Road, Thornbury on November 10th.

 

2017:

SEPTEMBER: One was found on the 24th in Sluice Copse, Northwick Warth, New Passage. OCTOBER: One was reported from the Dragon/ Mill Road area at Winterbourne on the 15th.

 

2016:

OCTOBER: One was reported on the 2nd at the south-west end of Lagoon III at Oldbury Power Station late afternoon with a tit flock and calling occasionally; Two, the first ever multiple occurrence of this species in S. Glos, were present early morning on the 7th in Willows and hedgerow at Severn View Services, Aust - with at least one still present throughout the 8th - 9th; One was reported on the 17th from the cycle track south of Bitton in the area where the track crosses the R. Avon; One was found in Willows in 'The Pipes' area one kilometre south of Severn Beach around 10:45 on the 21st and was present throughout the 22nd.

 

2015:

OCTOBER: One was heard calling around 08:30 on the 13th in trees on the west/ south side of Kingsgate Park, Yate. It was subsequently heard and seen briefly around 10:30 but not again by dusk; One was seen several times in a mixed flock around 13:30 on the 15th in the hedgerow adjacent to the Science Park at Emerson's Green; One was both seen and heard in a small copse above Severn View Services, Aust on the 17th; One was heard to call briefly at Kingsgate Park, Yate on the 18th.

 

2013:

One was seen and heard in trees on Quarry Road, Chipping Sodbury by the bridge over the R. Frome from September 30th until October 2nd; One was heard at 08:00 on October 12th at Aust Cliffs and again in the afternoon but not seen.

 

2012:

One was seen on November 17th - 29th at Oldbury Power Station in Birch and Fir trees near the entrance buildings.

 

2008:

One was seen on February 27th, remarkably, also in the grounds of the Abbeywood complex at Filton. It was first noticed at 10:30 and was seen again around lunch time; One possibly this species was present on the motorway embankment behind Ormond Close at Bradley Stoke at 15:45 on December 14th at ST: 626 814.

 

2007:

On February 4th a juvenile/ 1st winter was found along the cycle track one hundred and fifty metres north of Abbey Wood Station on the MOD site in Filton.

 

2001:

On October 12th a juvenile/ 1st winter was found at Old Passage. This is the first documented reference to this species in S. Gloucestershire.

 

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