Shurdington A HOOPOE reported in gardens of South Park Farm, Chargrove Lane, early afternoon only. No sign in subsequent searches and no further information forthcoming. (RBA).
Minchinhampton Common Three Wheatears and 140+ Carrion Crows, post roost dispersal, today. (Terry Grant).
Cotswold Water Park West This afternoon, two Nightingales at Pit 43 and Garden Warblers, Reed Buntings, Willow Warblers, a Sedge Warbler, a Cetti’s Warbler and nine Swifts at Pits 65/43. (Vic Polley/Terry Grant).
Frampton Three Hobbies and two Common Terns on Court Lake today. (Dan White).
Stinchcombe Hill A Cuckoo, a Garden Warbler and a Willow Warbler this evening. (Paul Taylor).
Coombe Hill Meadows An Avocet this afternoon. (Ian Ralphs).
Forest of Dean A Pied Flycatcher, a LESSER SPOTTED WOODPECKER and a Reed Bunting in the Woorgreens area this morning. (Frank Williams).
Symonds Yat From the viewpoint today the Peregrine pair and an intruding adult Peregrine, a Kestrel, a pair of Sparrowhawks, six Buzzards, the resident Raven pair with three juveniles, a Jay, a pair of Marsh Tits, two Swifts, Swallows and House Martins, five Siskins, four Stock Doves, a male Bullfinch and a Kingfisher. Also a Brimstone, Green Longhorn Moths, Ashy Mining Bees, a Bank Vole and 14 Fallow Deer. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Woodchester Park 16 nests in the heronry and most of the young Grey Herons now almost ready to fly. (Terry Grant).
Tirley A calling Lesser Whitethroat next to cottage and a male Siskin in the garden, a garden first. (Mark Grieve).
Upham Meadow This morning a Mute Swan, four Greylags, 13 Canada Geese, a Mallard with three tiny ducklings on the Avon, a Grey Heron, at least six Curlews, three Skylarks, five Sedge Warblers and 2 or 3 Reed Buntings. (Mike Smart).
Forthampton On Severnside meadows below Forthampton (SO 83Q) a Curlew heard, 30 Sand Martins around a colony and two singing Redstarts. (Mike Smart).
Nailsworth A very early Hummingbird Hawk Moth in the garden today. (Terry Grant).
WWT Slimbridge A Swift and a Greenshank today. (Robin Griffiths).
Marston Meysey An unringed Crimson Rosella at large in Marston Meysey and Driffield during the latter part of April. (per Chris Berens).