Symonds Yat In the Yat Rock area the Peregrine pair, Buzzards, Ravens, a male Sparrowhawk, Swifts, Swallows, House Martins, a Grey Heron, a Blackcap, a Mistle Thrush and five Mandarins. Also a White-legged Damselfly, a Rose Chafer and Meadow Brown, Ringlet and Large White butterflies. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Forest of Dean At Nagshead reserve dipping pond Buzzards, Ravens, a female Blackcap and Swifts. Also Silver-washed Fritillaries, Large, Small and Green-veined Whites, Meadow Brown, Speckled Wood, Ringlet and Large Skipper butterflies, Azure and Large Red Damselflies, Broad-bodied, Four-spot Chaser and Southern Hawker dragonflies. (Chris & Phil Andrews).
Coombe Hill Meadows One or two Lapwings probably with chicks, an Oystercatcher with at least one full-grown chick, two adult Redshanks with two flying chicks from different broods, a Curlew, 180 Lapwings feeding on southern meadows, a Green Sandpiper, a Black-tailed Godwit, a male Ruff with a black ruff on orange plumage, c9 Teal, five Mute Swans, two Canada Geese with two goslings, two Little Egrets, three Gadwalls, a Cuckoo still singing, at least two Reed Warblers singing and still song from Sedge Warbler, Whitethroat and Reed Bunting. (Mike Smart).
Cobney Meadows A Green Sandpiper today. (Mike Smart).
Cheltenham A pair of Swifts flying over Pittville Circus Road this evening. (Clare McNulty).