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24 February 2018

CWP 16:. Ring necked Duck, 2 Egyptian Geese, 2 Oystercatcher. James Walsh. Richard Williams Shorncote:. Marsh Harrier from second hide.  c20 each of Redwing and Fieldfare on South Cerney playing field. Also c15 Shovelers, a Pochard drake, 2 Canada Geese, … Continue reading

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23 February 2018

CWP 16: Ring Necked Duck still in north end of lake. Jon Mercer CWP 125 & 132:. A couple of pairs of Egyptian Geese. First winter Iceland Gull on CWP 125 showing signs of a Kumlien’s Gull. Duncan Dine Shorncote … Continue reading

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22 February 2018

CWP 16: Ring Necked Duck with tufted duck flock on north east corner of lake.  At 11.30 the bird was very close to the northern footpath on the Yacht Club side of the lake, associating with a very white cheeked … Continue reading

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21 February 2018

CWP 16:    Ring Necked Duck again reported on Bird Guides.

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20 February 2018

CWP 16:   Ring Necked Duck still present, Yellow Legged Gull,  Mediterranean Gull,  Great Black Backed Gull, 2 Egyptian Geese,  Kingfisher,  Water Rail.   Graham Lawlor. CWP 9:   Red Kite this afternoon.  Nigel Gardener Eysey:  Peregrine. John Grearson

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19 February 2018

Cricklade:   Male and Female Bullfinch.  Chris Snook. CWP 28, 28a, 29, 30, 35, 36, 37, 38:   From WeBS count.  Tufted Duck 153, Coot 12, Goosander 3M 4F, Cormorant 25, Mallard 50, Goldeneye 2M 1F, Moorhen 3, Mute Swan 7, Great … Continue reading

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18 February 2018

Lechlade: At least 4 Bramblings with a 200 strong Yellowhammer/Chaffinch/Reed Bunting flock, just outside Lechlade this afternoon.  Steve Davies All the below from WeBS counts today: CWP114: 218 Tufted Duck, 17 Goldeneye, 28 Wigeon, 38 Common Pochard, 7 Gadwall, 4 … Continue reading

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17 February 2018

Eysey: 6 Green Sandpipers, 10 Golden Plovers, 500 Lapwings, 3 Pied Wagtails, 2 Shelducks, 2 Pochard, 26 Tufted Ducks, 2 Teal, 5 Great Crested Grebes, 2 Red Kites, 2 Buzzards, 650 Woodpigeons, 260 gulls – mixed Lesser Black-backed/Herring, Green Woodpecker, … Continue reading

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