Forest of Dean The GREAT GREY SHRIKE still at Crabtree Hill this morning. (Duncan McLaughlin).
Saul Warth The WATER PIPIT still, a Peregrine sheltering under the bank on The Noose, 25 Curlews, a female Marsh Harrier viewed distantly over the 100-Acre, but all the wildfowl gone the only bird on the actual Warth was a Mute Swan. Also 17 Little Egrets between Cadbury Bridge and Fretherne in roadside fields at 12:25pm. (MK). Earlier two Snipe, 20 Dunlins and three distant Common Cranes, presumably GCRP birds. (Martin Greenish).
Coombe Hill Meadows Very heavy flooding here today, a pair of Oystercatchers, a Dunlin, two Black-tailed Godwits, three Redshanks and three Sand Martins. (Ian Hull).
Gloucester A Red-legged Partridge running along the pavement in Linden at 3:40pm. Flew off over the rooftops of Seymour Road chased by a Crow. (MK).
Hazleton At least ten Bramblings at the western edge of Hazleton. Also a few Greenfinches in the village. (Laurie Pierce).
Frampton pools This morning three Chiffchaffs, 32 Fieldfares, 15 Redwings, five Pochards, 85 Tufted Ducks and two Oystercatchers. (Nick Goatman).
Lydney New Grounds 78 Curlews, eight Redshanks, a Green Sandpiper and displaying Lapwing this morning. (Duncan Dine).
Sharpness From SARA lifeboat station between 10am-midday a Peregrine, 120 Common Gulls and a Rock Pipit. (Martin Greenish).
Cotswold Water Park West At Shorncote Reed beds around Pits 84, 85A and 85B early afternoon until 5:50pm birds included two Egyptian Geese, 75 Canada Geese, 35 Shovelers, 12 Wigeon, 15 Pochards, four Teal, 85 Tufted Ducks, two Little Egrets, two Grey Herons, four Chiffchaffs, 22 Goldfinches, a Goldcrest, two Bullfinches, two Reed Buntings, two Water Rails heard, two Cetti’s Warblers heard, 19 Fieldfares, a Green Woodpecker, two Buzzards, two Cormorants, a Sparrowhawk and a Barn Owl hunting after 5pm. (John Fletcher). Pic by John.