Woodford A YELLOW-BROWED WARBLER showing well and calling until 1:30pm at least, by the old A38 by the river tunnels under the A38. (Vic Savery).
Rodley The RICHARD’S PIPIT still today at 11am at SO722122 in the first field after the end of Garden Cliff, on the river side of the flood bank. Then not again until 2:50pm, it may have been on the Framilode side of the river. It was in both the first and second field from Garden Cliff until 3:45pm at least. (Paul Masters/Mark Hobson). Also a late Wheatear. (MK).
Forest of Dean An OSPREY still showing well perched and in flight today at Soudley Ponds. (Steve Dark).
Painswick Beacon Five Swallows, a Brambling, a Lesser Redpoll and 25 Fieldfares. Also a Wheatear and two Stonechats around the trig. (Francis Steuck).
Symonds Yat From the viewpoint today the resident Peregrine pair, Buzzards, a male Sparrowhawk, three Goshawks (2 juvs, 1 ad), Redwings, two Jays, a Pied Wagtail, Ravens and a Kingfisher. Also five Fallow Deer, a Red Admiral and six Hornets. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Epney 12 Ruff flew towards Longney Crib this morning. (Jeremy Squire).