Westbury-on-Severn The YELLOW-BROWED WARBLER at Westbury Sewage works again this afternoon until 3pm at least at SO716133. There’s practically no parking near the sewage works and it would be best to park in Westbury and take the footpath through the churchyard towards Westbury Strand. You can see the sewage works from a distance, it’s surrounded by a conifer screen. The bird was spending most of its time in the single conifer by one of the treatment beds. (John Phillips).
Frampton In the Court Lake roost this evening four CATTLE EGRETS, two Great White Egrets and 18 Little Egrets. (Nick Goatman).
Forest of Dean Five Bramblings amongst a large Chaffinch flock feeding on Beech mast, at the W end of Serridge inclosure. Four Bullfinches between Serridge and Drybrook Station and 70+ Redwings feeding on Beech mast between Drybrook Station and Crabtree Hill. (Roy Kinchin). Along River Wye downstream from Lydbrook a Kingfisher, a Cormorant, a redhead Goosander and a male Bullfinch. (Mike Ingleby).
Gloucester Five Stonechats at Alney Island today. (Martin Wright).
Winchcombe Two Siskins (1m & 1f) and two Greenfinches on the garden feeders today. (Peter Rodgers).