Rare birds from abroad that signal harsh winter seen across Gloucestershire as temperatures plummet – Gloucestershire Live

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According to the Gloster birder website they ave also been spotted at Pittville Park, Cheltenham, the park at the Gardner#8217;s Lane Children#8217;s Centre Cheltenham and a garden at Wotton-under-Edge.

Two waxwings have been spotted feeding on berries outside the police station in Cirencester and a pair have been seen at the The Boars Head car park in Berkeley.

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At one time it was very rare to see the visitors from Scandinavia, particularly in the West of the UK, but over the last ten years the starling-sized birds have become more and more common.

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