Forest of Dean Belated news of two MEALY REDPOLLS (Common Redpolls) in the mixed flock of Siskins and Lesser Redpolls on Birch trees near Woorgreens lake on Tuesday 7th, identified from photos. (Martin Russell).
Painswick 32 WAXWINGS still feeding in the garden next to Painswick playground (near to the bowling green/community hall) at 11:30am, one ringed. (Susanne Zamze).
Tewkesbury A WAXWING in a Silver Birch in Green Lane this morning. (Les Ditchburn).
Gloucester At Port Ham a SIBERIAN CHIFFCHAFF feeding mainly around the debris left after clearance of willows by the pool. It was calling frequently. Also two Chiffchaffs, a Cetti’s Warbler, a pair of Stonechats and a Kingfisher. (Andy Jayne).
Walmore Common Still two adult WHOOPER SWANS and seven Bewick’s Swans today. (Andy Jayne).
Snowshill A male MERLIN was bombing two grounded Ravens at the top of Snowshill on the Bourton road today. (Keith Jennings).
Cotswolds Along the footpath from Wistley Hill to Upper Coberley two Bramblings and a Bullfinch with Chaffinches at the shooting school, a Red Kite, two Buzzards, a Green Woodpecker, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, 30 Linnets and 30 Redwings. (Steve Brown).
Ashley A garden Moorhen, on the patch 18+ Blackbirds, six Song Thrushes, 125+ Redwings, 210+ Fieldfares including a white headed bird, 100+Yellowhammers, 12 Chaffinches, eight Linnets, two Skylarks, a male Sparrowhawk, a Green Woodpecker, 30 Stock Doves, a Bullfinch and five Greenfinches. (Mark Grieve).
Brockworth This morning at Astor Close a female Blackcap, first seen here for two years. (John Miles).