Gloucester The PENDULINE TIT at Plock Court, Longford still today at SO837204 until 3pm at least. Wellies recommended. Please keep a reasonable distance from the bird to allow it to feed in the ponds. Also a male Stonechat, never far from the tit. (MK). Pics by Mike.
At Horsbere Brook Flood Storage Lake birds included three Mute Swans, four Mallards. a Little Egret, a female Sparrowhawk, a Buzzard, a female Stonechat and two Reed Buntings. (Gordon Avery).
Highnam Woods Up to four Marsh Tits visiting feeders in the car park with common tit species. Also a Nuthatch, two Treecreepers and five Redwings. Please note the reserve gates are locked, there is a pull-in for a few cars c200yds past the reserve on the left coming from Gloucester. (MK). Pic by Mike.
Cotswold Water Park East At Kempsford Pit 132 up to 2000 Lapwings, a Peregrine, a pair of Goosanders, two Little Egrets and two Chiffchaffs this morning. (Duncan Dine).
Forest of Dean The GREAT GREY SHRIKE still at Crabtree Hill and a Goshawk, another Goshawk at Serridge Ridge chasing a Redwing and two Goshawks displaying viewed from New Fancy View at 10am. (Martin Greenish/Ian Hayes).
Frampton From Splatt Bridge a MARSH HARRIER and two Stonechats today. (Keith & Lyn Perkins).
Roel Gate At SP056245 100+ Chaffinches, at least six BRAMBLINGS, two Red Kites and seven Skylarks. (Les Ditchburn).
Symonds Yat From the Viewpoint today the Peregrine pair and an intruding Peregrine, a male and female Goshawk, a male Sparrowhawk, a Red Kite, 11 Buzzards, Ravens, a Goldcrest, a pair of Goosanders, two Marsh Tits, two Stock Doves, Redwings, a Green Woodpecker, a male Bullfinch, a Song Thrush, two Mistle Thrushes and three pairs of Mandarins. Also seven Fallow Deer and a Bank Vole. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Fostons Ash A Peregrine in a stoop near the Fostons Ash Inn at 7:20 this morning. (Michael Cook).
Hardwicke An unringed Ring-necked Parakeet in a Oak at Quadrant Way at 11:15am and a Brimstone butterfly in the nearby hedgerow at midday. (Michael Cook).
Ashleworth Ham Ten Snipe today. (Gordon Avery).
Stroud Male and female Blackcap and male and female Bullfinch in a central Stroud garden today. (Bob Lyle).