Monday 1st May 2017

Cleeve Hill    Five RING OUZELS, three pairs of Stonechats, 5+ Skylarks, 11+ Meadow Pipits, a Cuckoo, three Willow Warblers, 7+ Linnet, a Mistle Thrush, three Song Thrushes and three pairs of Yellowhammers. (Les Waring). Pic by Les.Ring Ouzel 010517

Frampton    Five BLACK TERNS, a LITTLE GULL, 14 COMMON TERNS, two ARCTIC TERNS, a Common Sandpiper, two pairs of Pochards, two Yellow Wagtails, 30+ Sand Martins, a Cuckoo, a Sedge Warbler, a Reed Warbler and a Whitethroat at the Sailing Lake, tern numbers varying throughout the day.  (Nick Goatman/Shane Long/MK/Bill Church/Steve Curtis/Carol Rushton/Ian Hull).

WWT Slimbridge     An immature SPOONBILL around the grounds today and a BLACK TERN on South Lake. (Slimbridge Sightings/Darren Robson). Pics by Darren.Black Tern 010517

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Berkeley shore     A CATTLE EGRET again briefly today. (Paul Taylor).

Forest of Dean     In the Crabtree Hill Area early morning two singing Wood Warblers. (Paul Rich).

Bourton-on-the-Water     A Cuckoo in a copse near Aston Mill today. (Andy Lewis).

Coombe Hill Meadows     A Cuckoo, three Sedge Warblers, two Reed Buntings and two Whitethroats today. (Paul Watkins). Pic by Paul.Cuckoo 010517

Saul Warth     On a rising tide today two Avocets, two Oystercatchers, two Curlews, seven Whimbrels, two Redshanks, six Knot in red summer plumage, 14 Bar-tailed Godwits, a Sanderling, a mixed flock of c30 Dunlins and Ringed Plovers and a Common Tern. (Ian Hull).

Cotswold Water Park West     A Greenshank at Pit 87 Shorncote with two Common Sandpipers and two Little Ringed Plover, also a Hobby and a Yellow Wagtail. Two BLACK TERNS at Pit 16 this afternoon. (Jon Mercer). Pic by Jon.Hobby 010517

Ashley     Ten Whitethroats, 17+ Skylarks, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, 23+ Yellowhammers, 9+ Swallows, a Lesser Whitethroat, five Stock Doves, five House Martins, three Kestrels, a Willow Warbler, two Grey Partridges, a Pied Wagtail, four Blackcaps, a male Yellow Wagtail, two Buzzards, two Chiffchaffs and a Green Woodpecker today. (Mark Grieve).

Edge     At Rudge Hill NNR mid afternoon four Meadow Pipits, two Buzzards, two Long-tailed Tits, three Willow Warblers, a Chiffchaff and four Swallows. Next to Alpaca field off the main road six Skylarks, two Swallows and two Pied Wagtails. (John Fletcher).

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