Perrott’s Brook A singing WOOD WARBLER E of Perrott’s Brook in the L-shaped wood off of the Welsh Way at SP 03491 05895. (Jeremy Squire).
Coombe Hill Meadows A pair of Garganey still, also a Whimbrel, a Cuckoo, a pair of Pintails and a female Wigeon. (Francis Steuck). This evening two Lesser Whitethroats and 40 Cormorants flew N. (Jeremy Squire).
Frampton An Arctic Tern still on the Sailing Lake at 7:30am. (Mark Dowie). A Whinchat this afternoon. Also a Hobby, two Yellow Wagtails, two Swifts, 2000+ Sand Martins, 500+ Swallows, 100+ House Martins, four Reed Warblers, a Whitethroat, 16 Linnet, 15 Chiffchaffs and 22 Blackcaps. (Nick Goatman). A Grasshopper Warbler S of Splatt Bridge reeling and showing occasionally on the N side of the reedbed. Four Swifts over the church. (Mark Dowie). From Splatt Bridge vismig 7:15-8am included 102 Swallows, 32 House Martins, four Sand Martins, eight Linnets and two Yellow Wagtails all NE. (Francis Steuck).
Saul Warth From Hock Ditch this morning five Bar-tailed Godwits flew up river and four Yellow Wagtails. (Mark Dowie).
Whitminster A Hobby by the garden centre at midday. (Jeremy Squire).
WWT Slimbridge A Spotted Flycatcher in the car park this morning. (Roberta Goodall).
Bussage A LESSER SPOTTED WOODPECKER flew over Cowswell Lane at 6:35 this morning towards the woodland in Toadsmoor Valley. (Michael Cook).
Cotswold Water Park East An adult LITTLE GULL at Pit 126 at 5:30pm and later at Whelford Pools. (Graham Lawlor). Seven Swifts, a House Martin, 200 Sand Martins and 20 Swallows at Pit 125 at 4pm. Also two flyover Yellow Wagtails and a Little Ringed Plover. (Ian Ralphs).
Cleeve Hill Early this morning a Cuckoo, a Stonechat and a Yellow Wagtail. (Graham Tompsett).
Witcombe Reservoirs Birds this morning included four Blackcaps, three Chiffchaffs, a Willow Warbler, a Whitethroat, 80+ House Martins, 20+ Sand Martins, 250+ Swallows, a Little Grebe, four Great Crested Grebes, two Cormorants, six Tufted Ducks and a Buzzard. (Mark Grieve).
Cheltenham A Common Sandpiper still at Pittville Park lake this morning. (Steven Emerson).