WWT Slimbridge The GLOSSY IBIS from Martin Smith hide again this morning. (Stuart Miller). Pic by Stuart. An Arctic Tern on South Lake from midday. (Slimbridge Sightings).
Saul Warth A Dark-bellied Brent Goose and three Whimbrel early morning. The Brent present until 10:30am at least. (Roy Widgery). Pic by Mike.
Frampton An Arctic Tern on the Sailing Lake from 8:30am until 12:30pm at least. (Phil Pope). At 4pm 35 Swifts over the Sailing Lake. (Francis Steuck). A Hobby over Court Lake this evening. (Nick Goatman). At Splatt flashes early morning a Green Sandpiper, two Curlews and the white Common Buzzard. Nearby a Cuckoo calling from the 100-Acre. (MK). Pic by Mike.
Sharpness A COMMON SCOTER floating on the river at SARA lifeboat station at 3:55pm slowly drifting up river. (Martin Greenish).
Cotswold Water Park East At Pit 125 this morning a Whimbrel (patch tick), a Common Sandpiper and a summer-plumaged Dunlin. 200 Sand Martins at Pit 126.(Duncan Dine). Pics by Duncan.
Highnam Woods Six singing Nightingales this morning. (David Urwin).
Lechlade Along the River Thames, E of Lechlade a Common Sandpiper, a Reed Warbler singing and three Red Crested Pochards (2m, 1f). (Robert Homan).
Lasborough A pair of displaying Ravens over St Mary’s church this morning. (MK).
Coombe Hill Meadows This morning birds included five Whimbrels, a Common Sandpiper, two Oystercatchers, a Curlew, three Redshanks, two Great Crested Grebe, a Pintail, 12 Little Egrets, a Yellow Wagtail, five Sand Martins, eight Swifts, a Lesser Whitethroat, ten Whitethroats, ten Sedge Warblers, two Willow Warblers, a Treecreeper, two Bullfinches and a Jay. (Graham Tompsett). Also a Ringed Plover and two Cuckoos (a male calling and a female bubbling). (Ken Heron/Jenny Jones).
Ashleworth Ham This afternoon a Whimbrel, a Curlew, 18 Mallards, two Teal and four Gadwalls. (Ken Heron/Jenny Jones).
Forest of Dean At Kerne Bridge Sand Martins, Swallows and a Chiffchaff singing. At Nagshead Goldcrests, Jays, a Peregrine, two Buzzards, Treecreepers, Nuthatches, a Garden Warbler, Chiffchaffs, Wrens, a pair of Siskins, a pair of Great Spotted Woodpeckers, Bullfinches, Blackcaps and a LESSER SPOTTED WOODPECKER calling. Also a Wild Boar and a Fallow Deer. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Symonds Yat From Yat Rock viewpoint the Peregrine pair, three Goshawks (1m, 2f), a Sparrowhawk, a Red Kite, Ravens, four Buzzards, Swallows, a pair of Mandarins, a Jay and a Marsh Tit. Also a Holly Blue butterfly and four Fallow Deer. (Chris & Phil Andrews).