Cotswold Water Park East This afternoon on Bowmoor Sailing Lake (Pit 125) SU17990999666 a BLACK TERN, an adult in winter plumage and a juvenile LITTLE GULL. Also two Common Sandpipers and a Hobby over. (Martine Fenn).
Nailsworth A steady passage of hirundines through the Nailsworth valley today. Conservative estimates were 800+ House Martins, 50+ Swallows and a Hobby. (Roy Bircher).
Berkeley shore This morning a Ruff, a Greenshank, nine Ringed Plovers, 15 Dunlins, five Common Sandpipers, five Wheatears and a Yellow Wagtail. (Paul Taylor). Also over high tide a Turnstone. (Paul Rich).
Sharpness A Hobby over SARA this morning. (Paul Taylor).
Guscar Rocks At high tide birds included two Grey Herons, an Oystercatcher, a Lapwing;, 22 Dunlins, 725 Curlews and four Redshanks. (Mervyn Greening/Mike Smart).
Aylburton Warth Birds today included 13 Teal, two Ringed Plovers, a Common Sandpiper, two Redshanks, a Kingfisher and a Yellow Wagtail over. (Mervyn Greening/Mike Smart).
Purton Vismig this morning included three Ruff, three Redshanks, a Black-tailed Godwit, 12 Ringed Plovers and a Dunlin all downriver and 308 House Martins, 102 Swallows, seven Meadow Pipits and two alba Wagtails. Also a Common Sandpiper there. (Francis Steuck).
Gloucester Birds at Horsbere Flood Storage Lake today included nine Mute Swans (2 adults & 7 large cygnets), four Little Grebes (2 adults and 2 large juveniles), a Cormorant and three Grey Herons. (Gordon Avery).
Witcombe Reservoirs Birds today included six Mute Swans (2 adults and 4 large cygnets), 71 Greylags, eight Canada Geese, 15 Mallards, nine Tufted Ducks, six Little Grebes, six Great Crested Grebes including a large juvenile, two Cormorants, 20 Moorhens and 47 Coots. (Gordon Avery).
Barnsley Warren SSSI Eight Red Kites up together near the Fosse Way, six Buzzards, a Kestrel, four Ravens, two Jays, two Great Spotted Woodpeckers and a Marsh Tit. (Steve Brown).