17th October 2020 – Severn Estuary

It was a dull day, but not too cold, for our walk along the Severn Estuary near Arlingham.

All it needed was a few rays of sunshine to brighten up these autumn colours around this house in Newnham
Lots of interesting things to see along the banks of the River Severn

As well as lots of gulls on the estuary we came across a male and female stonechat. The female was then replaced by a meadow pipit who continued to “chat” up the male stonechat.

Male stonechat
Male and female stonechat
Female stonechat
Meadow pipit
Meadow pipit drawing the attention of the male stonechat

We came home via Gloucester and had a look at the river from the other bank at Newnham.

A silhouette of a grey heron
The light was fading fast when we arrived at Newnham

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