Cotswold Water Park West The drake RING-NECKED DUCK again this afternoon on Pit 16 until 6pm. (Mark Dowie). Present since Sunday. (Graham Lawlor). Pic by Mark.
Gloucester The PENDULINE TIT at Plock Court, Longford still today at SO8375520392. Wellies recommended. Please keep a reasonable distance from the bird to allow it to feed in the ponds. (Nigel Philpott/Duncan McNiven).
Saul Warth The WATER PIPIT still between the left hand side of Hock Ditch and the first fence this afternoon. On the Warth 20 Lapwings settled for a while with four Knot and four Dunlins. Also a female Stonechat at Hock Ditch and a Green Woodpecker near the Warth. (MK). Pic by Mike.
Forest of Dean The GREAT GREY SHRIKE at Crabtree Hill late morning. It was quite distant, with lots of work going on in that area and much smoke. Also a white Fallow Deer nearby. (Martin Russell/Tony Roberts). Pic by Martin.
Kingswood A Water Rail in the ponds behind Tyndale View today. (Tom McCarthy).
Highnam Woods This afternoon birds included a FIRECREST at SO772196, three Goldcrests, four Marsh Tits, three Treecreepers, two Great Spotted Woodpeckers, five Redwings, four Coal Tits, a Mistle Thrush, three Song Thrushes, three Buzzards, seven Long-tailed Tits, a Sparrowhawk calling and two Ravens. (John Fletcher).
Quedgeley In Woodlands Park next to Fishers Meadow up to three Hawfinches throughout the day. They occasionally perched up in trees around the ‘meadow’ but seemed to prefer the less disturbed area at the western end of Dimore Brook. (Nigel Wheatley).
Dursley Two Hawfinches again at Ewelme Close, in tall trees at the back this morning. (Phil Pope).
Rodborough At Rodborough Glebe allotment a Hawfinch calling and flew out of a big Holm oak after being perched up for 5 minutes. (Seb Buckton).
Cleeve Hill A Red Kite, 12 Yellowhammer, 70+ Golden Plovers and 100+ Linnets this afternoon. (Martin Greenish).
Ozleworth Near Newark Park at least six Stonechats, two pairs and two males and big flocks of Redwings and Fieldfares. (Sally Beresford-Barnes).
Alderton A pair of Reed Buntings on feeders in the garden this morning. (Graham Tompsett).