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Brierley Gloucestershire

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Species
Two-barred Crossbill
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Lewis Thomson
Date
13 January 2014
Description
Two-barred Crossbill
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Site Details

A small area of woodland ajacent to the village of Brierley in the Forest of Dean

Contact Details

Telephone: 01454 413294

Email: ben_mac16@yahoo.co.uk

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Directions

Access off the A4136 at the northern end of the Forest of Dean. As you approach Brierley from Monmouth, turn right down a dirt track immediately opposite the petrol station and park where it divides.

Access

You can walk right up to a ridge on foot, but it is advisable to park where the track broadens just after turning in.

Parking

Limited but area is often deserted.

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