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Marshfield Gloucestershire

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Species
Red-legged Partridge
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Chris Teague
Date
11 December 2018
Description
Saw 5 birds on Shire Hill Road this morning.
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Site Location Details

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Site Details

Extensive network of agricultural land, mixture of cereal and wheat, some shorter potato fields. Plenty of stone walls and some hedgerows.

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Birding Sites in the Marshfield Area

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Directions

Any of the fields directly north of Marshfield village, as far as Tomarton (although noise from the M4 can be obtrusive).

Access

Generally good - served with network of bridlepaths and single track roads but park with care so as not to obstruct farm machinery.

Parking

Some parking in villages, some laybys. Care and consideration crucial.

Opening Times

Any reasonable time.

Facilities

none

Key Areas / Routes

Bridlepath on the West Littleton road (signposted from the Marshfield bypass, to the northwest of the village). Bridlepath is c. 250m along this road opposite stables.

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