Quedgeley & Berkeley Shore

Sunday 8th February 2009
A very good morning's birding with Andy started off with two Hawfinches showing well at 8:15am from my conservatory, in Cherry trees to the rear of the garden (edge of Dimore playing field). I'm now sure that the birds are feeding on cherry stones. Four Lesser Redpolls and four Long-tailed Tits were feeding in the garden. The highlights of a visit to Berkely shore afterwards (arriving around two hours after high tide) walking from the power station to Severn House Copse, included a Rock Pipit, three Stonechats, nine Turnstones, ten Oystercatchers, c20 Redshanks, c200 Dunlins and two Ravens.

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