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Severnside Gloucestershire

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Species
Grasshopper Warbler
©
Paul Bowerman
Date
02 May 2009
Description
Grasshopper Warbler
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Site Location Details

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Site Details

The coastal strip centred on Severn Beach. Mudflats, salt marsh, a few small pools. Coastal scrub holds migrants. Waders on passage. Good for seabirds in west or south west gales. Roughly, it is a ten kilometre coastal strip from the "old" Severn Bridge, south to the southern end of Chittening Warth - most seabirds seem to be seen from Severn Beach.

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Birding Sites in the Severnside Area

Additional Site Details

Access

No restrictions, other than New Passage MOD rifle range when in use.

Parking

Free

Opening Times

Any time.

Facilities

Public toilets, 2 shops, 1 bakery and 1 cafe in Severn Beach.

Key Areas / Routes

From North to South. All accessed from Severn Way footpath. Aust Warth Northwick Warth New Passage Severn Beach...best site for sea watching. Chittening Warth

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