Frampton A GREAT WHITE EGRET over the village at 6:30am. (Nick Goatman). At Court Lake seven CATTLE EGRETS this morning and four Common Sandpipers on the Sailing Lake. (Tanya Allen/Andy Chapman). At 1:50pm the immature LITTLE GULL on the Sailing Lake, a Lesser Whitethroat in the Gravel Wash and three House Martins. (MK). The SPOONBILL and a summer plumaged Spotted Redshank on the flashes at 11am and the female/immature Marsh Harrier quartering the 100-Acre again this morning viewable from the towpath. This evening three Wheatears, two Whimbrels and four Grey Plovers. (Roberta Goodall). A HOBBY flying N over the river at 6pm. (Craig Lewis/Roberta Goodall). At the pools this evening six CATTLE EGRETS, 12 Little Egrets, two Common Sandpipers, a Yellow Wagtail, 50+ Sand Martins, six Swallows. two Shelducks and an Oystercatcher. (Nick Goatman).
WWT Slimbridge Still three BLACK-WINGED STILTS on South Lake and a SPOONBILL around the grounds today. (Slimbridge Sightings). Also a HOBBY and three Common Sandpipers. (Tom Weston-McClung). The immature LITTLE GULL back on South Lake at 5:15pm. (Andy Jordan). 24 ARCTIC TERNS flew through off New Grounds at 5:50pm all climbed and went inland. (Martin McGill).
Aylburton Warth A MERLIN, a Reed Warbler and a Lesser Whitethroat today. (Owen Follis).
Cotswold Water Park East On Pit 132 this morning a Common Sandpiper, two Oystercatchers, two Little Ringed Plovers, five Red Crested Pochards, two Shelducks and two Yellow Wagtails. (Jon Mercer). Pic by Jon.Minchinhampton Common Two female Wheatears today. (Keith & Lyn Perkins/Phil Williams).
Amberley A male and female Siskin still coming daily to the feeder. (Phil Williams).
Leckhampton Hill A Tree Pipit, two Willow Warblers, three Chiffchaffs, five Blackcaps and a Kestrel hunting. (Chris Furley).
Hasfield Ham Two flycatching male Whinchats and a pair of Redstarts in Stank Lane. (Ian Hull).
Forest of Dean At Kerne Bridge two male Mandarins, a Grey Wagtail, a Grey Heron, four Sand Martins, a Swallow, a pair of Buzzards and a male Blackcap singing. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Symonds Yat From Yat Rock viewpoint the Peregrine pair, five Buzzards, a Goshawk, two Red Kites, three Sparrowhawks flying together, Ravens, a Green Woodpecker, two Pied Wagtails, a pair of Goosanders, a pair of Bullfinches, Stock Doves, a Kingfisher, a Chiffchaff, a Blackcap, House Martins, a Swallow, Long-tailed Tits and a Marsh Tit. Other sightings included Speckled Wood, Red Admiral and Holly Blue butterflies, St Mark’s Flies, Green Longhorn Moths, a Vapourer moth, a Hummingbird Hawkmoth, a Wood Mouse and four Fallow Deer. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Ashley 7+ Skylarks, 5+ Yellowhammers, 6+ Swallows, a House Martin, two Willow Warblers, seven Buzzards, 10+ Blackcaps, a Raven, five Fieldfares, a Bullfinch, 7+ Chiffchaffs, a Green Woodpecker, three Stock Doves and two Red-legged Partridges. (Mark Grieve).
Ashleworth Ham Late evening a Curlew, a Little Ringed Plover, a few Lapwings and Teal and Mallard. Along Stank Lane singing Willow Warblers, Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps, Sedge Warblers at far end, two more Curlews, a Song Thrush, a Great Spotted Woodpecker and a Bullfinch. Butterflies included Orange Tip and Speckled Wood. (Keith White).