Cleeve Hill Early morning eight RING OUZELS, 35 +Linnets, 15+ Yellowhammers, 25+ Skylarks, 12 Meadow Pipits, a male Stonechat, two Sparrowhawks, four Whitethroats, a Jay, a Stock Dove, four Chiffchaffs, 18+ Willow Warblers, a Bullfinch and a male Redstart. (Mark Grieve).
Saul Warth A male PIED FLYCATCHER around Dunstalls Wood on the Severn Way at 12:30pm, but no sign later. Also today two Whimbrels, two Wheatears, three Lesser Whitethroats, three Whitethroats, four Willow Warbler and a Common Sandpiper. (Francis Steuck).
Selsley Common This morning a Wheatear, a Raven, two Linnets, a Mistle Thrush, two Kestrels (1m, 1f), three Meadow Pipits and at least ten singing Skylarks. (Hugh Manistre).
Forest of Dean A Wood Warbler singing today along on the sculpture trail. (Rob Guest).
Frampton A Nightingale still singing in the Gravel Wash today. (Geoff Moyser).
Bourton Downs Ten Redstarts paired or singing along the Hinchwick valley on the NCOS field meeting. Also a Whinchat in the valley and a Wheatear up on the wold. (Andy Lewis).
Whitminster Along the canal today a Hobby, two Yellow Wagtails, two Sedge Warblers, 45 Sand Martins and two Lesser Whitethroats. (Rich Baatsen).
Gloucester A Lesser Whitethroat singing at 2pm today near the small (Alney Island) car park by Westgate Bridge. (Ian Elphick).
Stratton A Whitethroat in fields and a Little Egret in the field next to Stratton Church today. (Ken Cservenka).