Saul Three CATTLE EGRETS still present morning and afternoon feeding with up to
11 Little Egrets on the W side of the lake adjacent to the Arlingham road. (Roy Widgery).
Tewkesbury No sign of the Eastern Black Redstart by 4pm at Tewkesbury Abbey but a female-type Black Redstart and Peregrine. (Gord & Margaret Avery/Roger Wasley/Martin Greenish). Pic by Roger.Forest of Dean At Wenchford picnic site a Dipper and a Marsh Tit. At Parkend Cricket Ground four Hawfinches on tree tops on the S side. At Woorgreens Lake a male and two female Goosanders an a male Tufted Duck. (Derek Hale).
Symonds Yat From the viewpoint today the Peregrine pair, three Buzzards, a Goshawk, the resident Ravens, three Bullfinches (2m, 1f), a Great Spotted Woodpecker, a pair of Mandarins, Redwing flocks and 20 Linnets. Also two Bank Voles. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Gloucester At Horsebere Brook Flood Storage Lake eight Snipe, three Reed Buntings, two Stonechats, two Common Gulls, five Teal, Wigeon, a Kestrel and two Peregrines this morning. (Martin Greenish).