Sunday 21st May 2017

Cotswold Water Park West      Ten Hobbies over Pit 57 and four over Pits 42/44. (Jon Mercer).

Ashleworth Ham      A Grasshopper Warbler today. (Ian Hull).

Frampton     The Little Ringed Plover still by the Sailing Club today, around the pools a Hobby, six Common Terns, five Yellow Wagtails, a Cuckoo, two Shelducks and two Cetti’s Warblers.  (Nick Goatman).

Highnam Woods     Between 10am-1:30pm at least five Nightingales heard, two Marsh Tits and a Spotted Flycatcher. Also a Hornet and a Common Blue. (Steve Curtis).

Forest of Dean     At Crabtree Hill 2:15 to 5pm a Goshawk displaying, a Tree Pipit, a Cuckoo. Also a Small Heath, a Four-spotted Chaser and a Great crested Newt and Firecrest near to Speech House. (Steve Curtis).

The Camp     At Rough Banks Butterfly Reserve two Ravens, a singing Tree Pipit, two Long-tailed Tits, two Bullfinches, two Yellowhammers, three singing Song Thrushes, two Stock Doves and a Roebuck. (Steve Brown).

Daglingworth     A calling Cuckoo and a Hobby this morning. (Andrew Morrison).

Coombe Hill Meadows     This morning two Avocets, a Snipe, a Cuckoo, a Redshank, several Lapwings, one with four chicks, two Little Ringed Plovers, a Grey Heron, an Oystercatcher and many Sedge Warblers singing. (Adrienne Sanders).

Saul     At Saul Marina a pair of Mute Swans with nine cygnets, also a Grey Heron over. (Andy & Sue Gibbons).

Compton Abdale      A Peregrine on the NCOS Long Day Count. (Andy Lewis).

Chedworth     A Wheatear at the airfield on the NCOS Long Day Count. (Andy Lewis).

Bourton-on-the-Water     A Cetti’s Warbler singing at the north pits on the NCOS Long Day Count. (Andy Lewis).

Charlton Kings     A garden Great Spotted Woodpecker on feeders today. (Martin Clifford).

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