25 October 2011

Oldbury-on-Severn Pied Wheatear Information

Just sticking this up quickly to give directions, etc. Don't worry, will add more later.

Location: The bird was feeding on and around the buildings at Thornbury Sailing Club and around the wooden post/tyres, etc., adjacent to the concrete slipway. As far as I know the bird was present until dusk.

Parking: Parking is available in Oldbury-on-Severn, opposite the pub at OS grid ST608924.

Access: If walking from the above parking, take the path along the north side of the sluice/drain and after about 900m you arrive at the sailing club. This area is officially private (owned by the sailing club) but, having been asked, members of the club were happy to allow access this afternoon. I would strongly suggest asking somebody on site, if present, before wandering across to the slipway or, once a club member arrives check whether it is OK to remain near the slipway. Obviously stay away from the boats.


Gavin Haig said...

A spiffing turn-up - congrats.

Your efforts have provoked such a fevered response in one of my old birding buddies that I've been transported back 25+ years to the days of our frantic, twitchy youth. Most amusing. Thank you :o)


Lee Dingain said...

Blimey! You're fire at the moment mate. Well done!