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JUNE 2019

Monday 17th to Sunday 23rd

 

 

BLACK REDSTART

One (no age or sex was provided) was reported from Sunnyhill Lane, Falfield on the 20th. (Paul Sutton)

 

CETTI'S WARBLER

A singing male was noted at Orchard Pools, Severn Beach and another near the railway platform at Severn Beach on the 17th and 20th - 21st. (Rob Emery, Severnside Birds)

 

QUAIL

At least two birds were audible in fields on the west side of Down Road, Marshfield mid-morning on the 19th.(David & Hazel Newman) One calling from Down Road, Marshfield from north end of large Poppy field late evening on the 20th. (Mark Coller) One was heard calling for around ten minutes from a cereal crop on the south side of Middledown Road, Marshfield on the 21st. (Chris Woods)