Frampton 50+ WAXWINGS feeding on mistletoe berries again today by the main gates to Frampton Court Estate on the Perryway. (Phil Williams/Fred Hobson). Also today five Red Crested Pochards (4m, 1f). (Nick Goatman).
Arlingham The RICHARD’S PIPIT still today at SO719117 in the small, narrow, rough field on the edge of the river with a small hawthorn in the middle of it. (Duncan McNiven).
Stow-on-the-Wold The BLUE ROCK THRUSH of unknown origin still present today in Maugersbury Park. Strictly no parking in Fisher Close or Maugersbury Park, there is a public car park near the Bell pub 5 minutes walk away or find alternative parking in the town. Please show the residents respect and as much privacy as is possible. There is a collection for Kate’s Home Nursing please give generously on site or on-line. (Duncan McNiven).
Cotswold Water Park West The BLACK-NECKED GREBE still on Pit 65 late morning today. (John Grearson).
Ashleworth Ham A female Marsh Harrier over at 12:25pm. (Ian Bollen).
Forest of Dean At Parkend three Hawfinches around yew trees behind Crown Lane cricket pavilion this morning. (Ian Bollen). Pic by Ian.Ashley 340+ Fieldfares, five Buzzards, 46+ Skylarks, seven Yellowhammers, six Ravens, four Stock Doves, three Green Woodpeckers, three Goldcrests, a Kestrel, six Bullfinches, a Meadow Pipit NW, a Nuthatch, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, two Treecreepers and a Tawny Owl sunbathing. (Mark Grieve).
Tewkesbury At Severn Ham this morning a pair of Mute Swans with five immatures, two Canada Geese over, two Cormorants, five Curlews, a Kingfisher, two singing Skylarks, 20 Meadow Pipits, a Grey Wagtail, ten Pied Wagtails, 500 Fieldfares and 50 Redwings and a Raven. (Mike Smart).
Walmore Common Two Mute Swans, 30 Wigeon, 120 Teal, a Snipe, 20 Fieldfares and 500+ Starlings, gathering to roost at dusk. (Mike Smart).