Walmore Common Two Grasshopper Warblers reeling this morning and a flock of seven Whimbrels and three Bar-tailed Godwits flew over N. (Andy Jayne).
Frampton Two WHINCHATS, a Wheatear, six Yellow Wagtails, a Hobby, two Whimbrels, a Common Sandpiper and five Swifts at Splatt Bridge. (Gordon Hodgson). At the pools two Arctic Terns, a Common Tern, five Common Sandpipers, five Swifts, 1500+ Sand Martins, 500+ Swallows, 50+ House Martins, two White Wagtails, three Yellow Wagtails, five Reed Warblers, two Whitethroats, a Garden Warbler, two Willow Warblers, 23 Blackcaps and 12 Chiffchaffs. (Nick Goatman).
Saul Warth The Dark-bellied Brent Goose still, a Common Sandpiper, three Whimbrels and eight Dunlins today. (Gordon Hodgson).
Forest of Dean At Nagshead from Lower hide this morning two male and one or two female Pied Flycatchers, a pair of Redstarts, a pair of Mandarins, a Nuthatch and a Treecreeper. (Martin Vaisey/Tim Adams).
Cotswold Water Park East A male and female Little Ringed Plover at Pit 125 today. Also two Dunlins and a Common Sandpiper. (Richard Tyler). Pics by Richard.
Westbury-on-Severn 16 Whimbrels and two Bar-tailed Godwits on Pimlico Sand late morning, the Whimbrels flying off N at 11:32am. (Andy Jayne).
Coombe Hill Meadows This morning 19 Black-tailed Godwits, three Common Sandpipers, eight Ringed Plovers, six Dunlin, a Wheatear and a Cuckoo along the towpath. (Andy Lodge).
Ashleworth/Hasfield Hams Birds today included three Canada Geese, a Shelduck, five Gadwalls, seven Coots, two Oystercatchers, a Lapwing, three Curlews, 25 Swallows N, a Redstart, a Sedge Warbler and a Willow Warbler. (Mike Smart).
Tewkesbury At Severn Ham two Curlews, six Common Sandpipers along the Mill Avon, five Sedge Warblers and a Lesser Whitethroat. (Mike Smart).
Stonehouse A Dipper on River Frome below the canal between The Ocean and Bonds Mill SO794051. A Buzzard over the Ocean, a Treecreeper nearby, a pair of Song Thrushes, a Grey Wagtail at Nutshell Bridge, a Green Woodpecker calling around the church yard at St Cyrs and Chiffchaffs everywhere. (Paul Sutton).