Sunday 29th October 2017

Great Barrington area     3+ Red Kites, a Little Owl, a Sparrowhawk, 24 Golden Plovers, 30+ Fieldfares, 10+ Redwings, a Stonechat and a Reed Bunting today. (Paul Rich). Pic by Paul.Red Kite 291017

Cotswold Water Park East     An adult Whooper Swan still at Pit 132 mid morning, also a Red Kite, a Green Sandpiper and 70+ Lapwings. (Jon Mercer). Pic by Jon. Also 30+ Mute Swans, 100+ Greylags, a Red Kite, four Little Egrets and 27 Mallards. At Pit 130 four Tufted Ducks, six Cormorants, 50+ Black-headed Gulls, 60+ Lesser Black-backed Gulls and a Peregrine over. (Trevor & Sue Clayson).Whooper Swan 291017Sharpness     A MERLIN briefly this morning. (Andrew Jordan).

Frampton pools     Three Hawfinches, the Whooper Swan still on Court Lake, 850 Redwings, 70 Fieldfares, 24 Skylarks, 14 Song Thrushes, 15 Starlings, two Yellowhammers and two GCRP Common Cranes. (Nick Goatman).

Painswick Beacon     Migrant watch from 7am-11:30am, highlights a Red Kite, 16 Hawfinches, 225 Chaffinches, 1943 Redwings, 212 Fieldfares and four Reed Buntings. (John Fleming).

Northleach     This morning at 11:30am 28 Golden Plovers feeding in a field adjacent to the Monarch’s Way path near Northleach at SP095144. (Dave Emery).

Birdlip     81 Golden Plovers in a field by the Birdlip bypass today. (Ian Ralphs).

Epney    Tonight four Ruff, 18 Golden Plovers and a Yellow-legged Gull. (Jeremy Squire).

WWT Slimbridge     The first two White-fronted Geese of the winter on the Tack Piece today. (Peter Taylor per Martin McGill).

Silk Wood     A Marsh Tit today. (Mark Hobson).

Quedgeley     A calling Raven sat on top of a light pole in Tesco’s car park at 4pm this afternoon. (Steve Pullen).

Cheltenham     An unusual urban female Pheasant spent the morning in a neighbour’s greenhouse at Benhall. (David Norman).

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