Cotswold Water Park West At Pit 57 three BLACK TERNS this afternoon. (Dave Soons). Also at Pit 57 at least one ARCTIC TERN, Common Terns, two Hobbies and a Little Egret, at Pit 44 a Swift over and at Pit 41 two Hobbies and a Little Egret. (John Edwards/Andy & Sue Gibbons/Liz Smart).
Cleeve Hill Three RING OUZELS (1m, 2f) and a Fieldfare 200m East of the heather enclosure along the ridge, a singing Tree Pipit and a male Stonechat. A Cuckoo here, also at Wontley Gate and West Down, probably the same bird. At Wontley farm a singing Redstart and a Wheatear, at Warden’s Wood two Garden Warblers. (Steve Brown).
Lower Slaughter A Red Kite over today. (Richard Tyler). Pic by Richard.
Ashley 14+Swallows, two Kestrels, 13+ Skylarks, 6+ Yellowhammers, three Whitethroats, 11 Blackcaps, three Wheatears (2f, 1m), a Swift N, four Buzzards, a Grey Heron, five Chiffchaffs, a male Yellow Wagtail, a Red Kite, two Stock Doves, a Mistle Thrush, a Raven, a Willow Warbler and a House Martin. (Mark Grieve).
Coombe Hill Meadows A Pink-footed Goose (origin unknown), two Shelducks, two Wigeon and two Gadwalls, two Shovelers, two Oystercatchers, two Little Ringed Plovers, ten Lapwings, two Curlews, two Redshanks, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, a Grasshopper Warbler (reeling from southern meadows), 10+ Sedge Warblers, 3+ Lesser Whitethroats, 10+ Whitethroats, 5+ Willow Warblers, 3+ Chiffchaffs, 5+ Reed Buntings and two Yellowhammers. (Mike Smart).
WWT Slimbridge From Knott hide four Reed Warblers. From Mid Point 133. Shelducks, two Bar-tailed Godwits, four Black-tailed Godwits, three Yellow Wagtails, two Whimbrels, a Peregrine, six Wheatears, four Cetti’s Warblers heard, nine Swifts and seven Swallows. (John Fletcher/Martin Greenish).