the birds of south gloucestershire


The S. Glos Birds Recent Reports


 

 

Storm Petrel  Dan White


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These are unfiltered reports; sightings of rare and scarce birds are subject to ratification by the appropriate rarities committee.

AUGUST 2019

 

 

Monday 19th to Sunday 25th

 

BAR-HEADED GOOSE

Two individuals of unknown origin and of possibly mixed parentage were noted in the New Passage/ Northwick Warth/ Pilning Wetland area from the 19th - 21st at least. (Paul Bowerman. Brian Lancastle, et.al)

 

TBOSG

 

CORNCRAKE

LATE NEWS: A wholly unconfirmed report of one calling for around 30 minutes at the south-west end of Lagoon III at Oldbury Power Station around three weeks ago! (OPS Birding)

 

GREAT WHITE EGRET

An immature bird that arrived on Pilning Wetland Reserve on the 14th was present in the area until at least the 22nd. (Severnside Birds, et.al)

 

YELLOW-LEGGED GULL

A worn summer adult was seen briefly on Pilning Wetland Reserve, Northwick Warth on the evening of the 19th. (Brian Lancastle)