WWT Slimbridge The TWITE flew in to the Holden scrape at 12:25pm with 50+ Linnets. (MK). It is always distant and requires a scope to get a confirmed view. It showed on and off until around 3pm. (Paul Marshall et al). Also this morning an Avocet on South Lake until grounds work started. (Roy Shilham). A Ringed Plover flew through and landed in Bottom New Piece this morning, also a MERLIN flew over the Dumbles heading downriver. (John Budd).
Cotswold Water Park West At Pit 44/Lower Mill this morning the YELLOW-BROWED WARBLER feeding in the ivy covered trees by the stream junction at 9:15am, but not seen again by 10:15am. Also three Chiffchaffs, a pair of Bullfinches and two Mistle Thrushes. Three Goosanders (2m) on Pit 44 and 30+ Red Crested Pochards. On Pit 55 four Goosanders (3m,f). (Jon Mercer).
Whittington A ringtail HEN HARRIER today and 250 Linnets. (Duncan Dine).
Maisemore Along Church Road from the pool to the weir on the Severn this afternoon birds included a Kingfisher, two Cormorants, eight Moorhens, six Mallards, two Mute Swans, five Long-tailed Tits, 12 Fieldfares and two Buzzards. (John Fletcher).
Hasfield Ham Ten Snipe, four Skylarks, one singing, 20 Meadow Pipits, a pair of Stonechats and a Reed Bunting. (Mike Smart/Juliet Bailey).
Ashleworth Ham Three Canada Geese, 30 Wigeon, 110 Teal, two Shovelers, a Pintail and 35 Lapwings. (Mike Smart/Juliet Bailey).