Berkeley shore 26+ Turnstones seen just outside the Glos boundary downstream but 11 flew upstream into Glos. Also three Snipe, eight Oystercatchers, a Little Egret, five Curlews, 12 Shelducks, four Greylags, three Grey Herons, two Little Grebes, three Goldcrests, a male Blackcap, five Chiffchaffs, five Skylarks, two Meadow Pipits, a female Stonechat, four Reed Buntings, a Pied Wagtail and 12 Magpies together. (John Fletcher/Jake King). Pic by John.
Aylburton Warth Six White-fronted Geese this morning, possibly Greenland, but flew off N just after 11am. (John Sanders). Pic by John.
Saul Warth The WATER PIPIT again today, also a pair of Oystercatchers. Two late Fieldfares and a Mistle Thrush in mistletoe covered trees in the field next to the roadside parking. (MK). Pics by Mike.
Sharpness Four Goosanders flew N upriver. Also a male Mandarin. Also three Wheatears between Sharpness and Berkeley Pill. Four JACK SNIPE and WATER PIPIT at the Pill over high tide and a Yellowhammer flew S. (Andy Jordan).
WWT Slimbridge Six Knot in with the 580 Black-tailed Godwits, two second-summer MEDITERRANEAN GULLS and two adult Great Crested Grebes on South Lake. (Roberta Goodall/Ken Mihill).
Leckhampton Hill In the top two fields next to Scarp Slope 200 Golden Plovers in one field and 100 Fieldfares in the other. (Duncan Dine/Tom Mabbett).
Forest of Dean A Chiffchaff singing briefly this lunchtime at Forge Hill. (Chris Sullivan).