WWT Slimbridge A redhead SMEW on the Rushy still today, also a first-summer and a second-summer Mediterranean Gull and a LITTLE GULL at lunchtime. Along the summer walkway three Wheatears, a Whinchat and two reeling Grasshopper Warblers again this morning. (Slimbridge Sightings/Mark Dowie).
Fretherne Nine Whimbrels, a Bar-tailed Godwits and two Grey Plovers on the falling tide, Also Yellow Wagtail, White Wagtail and eight Wheatears at Hock Ditch. (Mark Dowie).
Coombe Hill Meadows A pair of Mute Swans, ten Canada Geese, six Shelducks, seven Teal, two Gadwalls, a Grey Heron, two Oystercatchers, ten Lapwings, 1+ Little Ringed Plover, 1+ Curlew, 1 + Redshank, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, 20 House Martins, two Redstarts singing, a Grasshopper Warbler singing off the reserve at the N end, 15+ Sedge Warblers, 15+ Whitethroats, two Lesser Whitethroats, 10+ Blackcaps, 5+ Willow Warblers, 3+ Chiffchaffs and 5+ Reed Buntings today. (Mike Smart).
Stroud A Swift this evening over the town centre at 7:40pm. (Ken & Eve Holbrow).
Forest of Dean At Wenchford three Dippers, two pairs of Grey Wagtails, Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps, Song Thrushes, Stock Doves, a Jay, a Great Spotted Woodpecker and Dor Beetles. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Symonds Yat From Yat Rock viewpoint the Peregrine pair, four Buzzards, a Sparrowhawk, a Goshawk, Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps and a Fallow Deer. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Cotswold Water Park East An Oystercatcher, a Dunlin, a Common Sandpiper and a pair of Little Ringed Plovers today. (Ian Ralphs).
Guscar Rocks 41 Whimbrels feeding in a newly ploughed field at Guscar Rocks and ten Bar-tailed Godwits on the foreshore. (Lewis Thomson).
Aylburton Warth A male Ruff, a Greenshank, ten Bar-tailed Godwits, 41 Whimbrels, five Dunlins, a Common Sandpiper, 12 Wheatears, two Yellow Wagtails, seven White Wagtails, two Reed Warblers, four Whitethroats and c25 Shelducks this morning. (Lewis Thomson/Owen Follis).
Frampton A second-summer LITTLE GULL on the Sailing Lake. (Nick Goatman).
Batsford A singing male Redstart at Batsford Arboretum today. (Paul Masters).