the birds of south gloucestershire


S. Glos Birds - Recent Reports


 

 

Storm Petrel | Dan White


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

 


 

JANUARY 2020

 

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BLACK REDSTART

OPS: ♀ (1st, 4th, 8th - 9th, 15th, ♂ & ♀ 18th - Pete Hazelwood, Matt Plenty). ♂ on the roof of a house behind The Royal George, Thornbury (8th - Cliff Smith)

CETTI'S WARBLER Two OPS (18th - Matt Plenty)

EGYPTIAN GOOSE

One OPS (5th - Pete Hazelwood)

FIRECREST

One reported from the Wild Places Project, Easter Compton. (8th)

GOOSANDER

Stanshaws Lake, Yate; ♂ (9th - 10th) four, ♂♂ and ♀♀ (13th  - Mark Coller), ♂ and ♀ (17th - 18th  - Mike Jackson).

 

Mark Coller

 

JACK SNIPE

One Chipping Sodbury Common (1st - Mark Coller, 12th - David Poulton).

 

Aust Warth: At least three (1st and 5th - Paul Bowerman), one (10th - Aravind Ramesh)

 

MARSH HARRIER

A winter fem OPS (10th - Pete Hazelwood).

TWITE

An unconfirmed report of five on the 11th near the 2nd Sentry Box on Northwick Warth briefly before departing to the south-west.

WATER PIPIT

One Northwick Warth (5th - Paul Bowerman).