Arlingham The RICHARD’S PIPIT still today but flighty and mobile at SO719117 in a small, narrow, rough field on the edge of the river with a small, mistletoe-covered hawthorn in the middle of it. (Pete & Marjo Lewis/Neil Smart).
Saul Three CATTLE EGRETS still today in various horse paddocks and fields around the village. (Vanda Owen/Roy Widgery).
Quedgeley A male Blackcap in the garden today, first of the winter. (MK).
Gloucester At Horsebere Brook Flood Storage Lake today three Mute Swans, four Wigeon (1m), nine Teal, 16 Mallards, a Grey Heron, six Coots, ten Moorhens, four Snipe, 73 Black-headed Gulls, two Common Gulls, three Lesser Black-backed Gulls, 12 Herring Gulls and male and female Stonechats. (Gordon & Margaret Avery).
Salperton 500 Golden Plovers and 220 Lapwings and many winter thrushes. (Richard Tyler). Pic by Richard.
Birdlip This afternoon in the field by the A417 junction with the Birdlip road 381 Golden Plovers and 20 Skylarks. Also nearby, further E in woods around Cuckoopen Farm a Brambling in with a small flock of Chaffinches. (Martine Fenn).
Bourton-on-the-Water On Bourton Pits 220 Lapwings circling over the South Pit. Also 78 Wigeon, two Gadwalls, a Red Kite and a Sparrowhawk. On the North Pits, four Shovelers and two Mandarins. (Andy Lewis).
Ashley 170+ Linnets, 175 +Fieldfares, 70+ Redwings, two Corn Buntings, 27+ Yellowhammers, four Bullfinches and a Mistle Thrush. (Mark Grieve).