Frampton pools This morning a GREAT WHITE EGRET, a Common Sandpiper, an Oystercatcher, a Yellow-legged Gull, a Tawny Owl and a Treecreeper with young. (Nick Goatman).
WWT Slimbridge A juvenile Cuckoo still being fed by a pair of Reed Warblers near Willow hide today. (Roberta Goodall).
Berkeley shore A Yellow-legged Gull this evening and seven Common Sandpipers in the Pill. (Paul Taylor).
Upleadon/Brand Green At Colin Park Wood Nature Reserve GWT at SO751278 this afternoon seven Nuthatches, three Treecreepers, a Green Woodpecker, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, two Ravens, three Buzzards, two Jays and three Chiffchaffs. (John Fletcher).
Gloucester 20+ Swifts over Elmbridge today. (Mark Grieve).
Coombe Hill Meadows From the Grundon hide a Reed Warbler, seven Little Egrets, seven Grey Herons, Bullfinches calling, House Martins and Swallows. Along the Canal Towpath a female Redstart, and butterflies included Small Copper, Essex Skipper, Gatekeeper, Comma, Peacock, Meadow Brown, Large, Small and Green-veined Whites, Ringlet, Common Blue and Brown Argus. Also Blue-tailed, Emerald, Azure, Common Blue and Banded Demoiselle damselflies, Emperor, Brown Hawker (pic), Four-spotted Chaser, Black-tailed Skimmer, Common Darter and Ruddy Darter dragonflies. (Chris & Phil Andrews). Pic by Phil.
Down Hatherley Belated from the evening of Friday 29th June two Purple Hairstreaks around the tops of oak trees along a public footpath across farmland that leads from the end of Wood Lane (Down Hatherley) to Staverton. (Rob Crofton).
Winchcombe Garden birds included a Goldcrest, a Greenfinch, a male Bullfinch, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, a Song Thrush with a juvenile begging for food, four Goldfinches, six Swifts and a Buzzard over and a Tawny Owl calling at night. (Andrew & Gill Worthington).