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23 April 2017

CWP 43 – towards dusk.  4 singing nightingale, Reed warblers, Sedge warblers, Chiffchaff, Willow warblers, Blackcap, Whitethroat, Garden warbler, 2 Cuckoo, 30 Sand Martin, Green woodpecker, Reed bunting.  Graham Powell CWP 305:   2 Goosander, 2 Shelduck, 2 Red-crested Pochard and … Continue reading

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22 April 2017

CWP 74:. Bittern flew into scrape area this morning.   Ken Cypher.  Andrew Whittaker CWP 132:   Common Sandpiper, 2 Oystercatchers, LittleRinged Plovers, 2 Yellow Wagtails, 2 Shelduck, 5 Red Crested Pochard, Little Egret  Jon Mercer Waterhay:  9 species of Warbler this … Continue reading

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21 April 2017

Eysey:.  Barn Owl at 2pm.  Plenty of Whitethroat and a few Lesser Whitethroat singing.  Dave Kilbey My first Swallow of the year at CWP74, followed by first Cuckoo at CWP31.  Ben Welbourn CWP 32: 5 Oystercatcher flying around this afternoon.  … Continue reading

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20 April 2017

CWP 88:  Whimbrel 4, Common Sandpiper 1, Little Ringed Plover 4, Oystercatcher 3, Lapwing 13, Shelduck 2, Little Grebe 1.    Keith Perkins CWP 43:   4+ Nightingale, also whitethroat, garden warbler and 3 Red Crested Pochard.  Kevin Hughes CWP 74: Twitchers … Continue reading

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19 April 2017

CWP 16/17:      Nightingale singing between  South Cerney and the lakes this morning (this is an additional bird to the one reported last night) plus arrived willow & reed warbler, Sand martins & Cetti’s Warbler   Tim McGrath CWP 74:   Nightingale singing … Continue reading

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18 April 2017

CWP 74:    First Hobby of the year.    Little Gull, 1 Oystercatcher, 1 Red-crested Pochard and 2 Crane (definitely one colour ringed, possibly the same returning adult and juvenile). c30 Sand Martin, 2 Blackcap, Garden Warber.    Ken Cypher,  John Durell, Pete … Continue reading

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17 April 2017

CWP 43:    2 Nightingale singing.  Also Sedge warblers, Willow warblers, Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps, Common Whitethroat, Song thrushes, Cetti’s warbler, Great spotted woodpecker, Green woodpecker, 2 Cuckoo, Bullfinch, Jay, Grey Heron, Mixed flock of  40 – 50 Swallow, House and Sand Martin.  … Continue reading

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