Purton Between the Berkeley Arms and the Purton Hulks a male BLACK REDSTART, two Meadow Pipits and a Kestrel this afternoon. (Colin Brown). A Stonechat and a Rock Pipit this evening. (Francis Steuck).
Cotswold Water Park West At Shorncote Reedbed today birds included two GREAT WHITE EGRETS, two Little Egrets, 24 Teal, six Shovelers, four Gadwalls, ten Mallards, nine Moorhens, a Little Grebe, a Green Sandpiper, 75 Lapwing over, a Kingfisher, two Green Woodpeckers, 13 Pied Wagtails, a Grey Wagtail, a Chiffchaff, six Cetti’s Warblers heard, four Water Rails heard, eight Stonechats, a Bullfinch, 20+ Goldfinches, 10+ Reed Buntings, an overhead passage of Meadow Pipits and Skylarks, a Hobby, a Kestrel and two Buzzards. Also three Roe Deers. (John Fletcher/Jon Mercer). Pics by John F.
Frampton Around the pools this morning a GREAT WHITE EGRET, a Little Egret, two Green Sandpipers, 40+ Tufted Ducks, 167+ Coots and a female Wigeon. (MK).
Lower Stone A Hobby hunting over a farm pond, also a Kestrel on telephone pole.
Berkeley The Greenshank still in the Pill today, with 35 Redshanks and 40 Wigeon. Two Stonechats by the seawall N of Severn House Farm and 34 Greylags on the saltmarsh nearby. (Geoff Moyser).
WWT Slimbridge A Little Stint from Zeiss hide, on the left hand island at 10:20am. (Phil Pope).
Salperton A first-year Red Kite and a Sparrowhawk this morning. (Richard Tyler). Pics by Richard.