S. GLOS BIRDS RECENT REPORTS

OCTOBER 2021


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All reports/ sightings of rare and scarce birds are subject to ratification by the appropriate rarities committee.


CATTLE EGRET

Three were found in fields in and around Oldbury Pill Sluice, Oldbury-on-Severn on the 7th - An OPS patch first! Increasing to four, three adults and a juvenile from the 8th - 10th the number reached seven (7) on the 11th. A S. Glos highest count! The previous highest count was three in the Northwick Warth/ Pilning WR area on July 31st 2020.

 

Cattle Egret | Pete Hazelwood

 

COMMON QUAIL

One lingering on Rushmead Farm, Marshfield on at least the 5th.

 

GOOSANDER

A 'redhead' reported from Brimsham Park Lake, Yate on the 5th.

 

GREAT WHITE EGRET

Four were seen in flight south over Littleton Warth on the 10th.

 

LITTLE GREBE

Twenty (20) the highest ever S. Glos count was logged at Tortworth Court Lake, Tortworth on the 3rd. The previous highest count was seventeen (17) on Pilning WR, New Passage on September 20th 2014.

 

MEDITERRANEAN GULL

An adult on Littleton Warth on the 10th.

 

RING-NECKED PARAKEET

Two female types at Mill Lane allotments, Frampton Cotterell on the 1st.