Cotswold Water Park West An OSPREY again today seen over Ashton Keynes and Pit 43. It has a blue ring 6k. (Dave Soons). Pic by Dave.
Frampton A juvenile LITTLE GULL on the Sailing Lake again also a Common Tern and a Common Crane over high to the S. (Gordon Hodgson).
Saul Warth Nine Sanderlings and 13 Ringed Plovers today. (Gordon Hodgson).
WWT Slimbridge A Whinchat along the Summer Walkway this morning near Mid Point. (Geoff Moyser). On the Dumbles at high tide a Short-eared Owl, four Sanderlings, two Bar-tailed Godwits, a Turnstone, four Oystercatchers, 19 Ringed Plovers and eight Dunlins. Also three CATTLE EGRETS on South Lake. (Slimbridge Sightings).
Coombe Hill Meadows Three Little Ringed Plovers, four Curlews, two Oystercatchers, two Redshanks, two Little Egrets, 15 Sedge Warblers, six Whitethroats, six Blackcaps, a Yellow Wagtail, 11 Reed Buntings and a Cuckoo today. (John Fletcher). Pic by John.
Longlevens A Little Egret on the brook this morning. (Sarah-Jayne Cook). Six Swifts over the garden today, first seen yesterday. (Elly Rickelton).
Gloucester Three Swifts over Barton Street this evening. (Mark Grieve).
Nottingham Hill A Corn Bunting singing this morning. (Peter Rodgers).
Cleeve Hill A Cuckoo on The Masts reserve early afternoon calling loudly. Also Duke of Burgundy, Small Blue, Dingy Skipper and Small Copper butterflies. (Peter Rodgers). Pic by Peter.
Cleeve Hill From the Bill Smillie reserve today two Cuckoos, a male Wheatear, Tree Pipits, Meadow Pipits, Skylarks, three Mistle Thrushes, Willow Warblers, Blackcaps, Chiffchaffs, a Lesser Whitethroat, a Kestrel, and a Yellowhammer. Butterflies included, two Green Hairstreaks, Dingy Skippers, Small Blues, Green-veined Whites, a Large White, Holly Blue, Red Admiral and Peacocks. Also a male Adder. (Chris & Phil Andrews) Pic by Phil.
Brimscombe An adult Otter in the canal E of Brimscombe today at 12:50 pm. (Graham Bullivant).