Newnham-on Severn The adult RING-BILLED GULL again from the White Hart Inn car park on a sandbank with Common Gulls at 3:20pm. (Trevor Fletcher). It arrived off of the car park downstream at 4:18pm with 40 Common Gulls. (Les Ditchburn). There seems to be only a short window of time to connect with this bird, it has arrived off of the car park at SO 69443 11902 for the last 3 days between 4:45-5:15pm. No-one has connected from the Arlingham side yet.
Westbury-on-Severn The YELLOW-BROWED WARBLER still at Westbury Sewage works this week at SO716133. (John & Viv Phillips). A Swallow on wires this afternoon. (Les Ditchburn).
Saul A WILLOW WARBLER heard singing in the mist near Saul Lodge early morning. (Gordon Hodgson).
Forest of Dean A WHITE STORK at Cannop ponds flew SE over the Stoneworks at 10am. (per RBA). A Red Kite and Buzzard circling each other just N of Lydney town hall. (Mike Gardiner).
Cirencester A WHITE STORK over Cherry Tree Lane, flying towards the Water Park mid-afternoon. (Chris Snook).
Coombe Hill Meadows Two pairs of GARGANEYS this morning from the Grundon hide at 10:39am. (Duncan Dine).
Cleeve Hill A BLACK REDSTART just next to the car park by the radio masts this afternoon. (Richard Cawsey). Two Corn Buntings, a Yellowhammer, a Raven, many Meadow Pipits and Skylarks and three Buzzards. (Mark Easterbrook). Pic by Mark.
WWT Slimbridge A Little Ringed Plover on the Tack Piece at 2:55pm. (Dot Jones).
Aylburton Warth Two Little Ringed Plovers this evening, also seven Golden Plovers, a Peregrine and a Cetti’s Warbler nearby. (Lewis Thomson).
Tewkesbury Two Little Ringed Plovers at Mitton today. (Mike Smart).
Rodborough Three Swallows over Rodborough Fields at 4:15pm. (Seb Buckton).
Stinchcombe Hill This morning a Wheatear, a few Redwings coming out of a roost and four singing Chiffchaffs. (James Robinson).
Whitminster A Tawny Owl sat on a telegraph post close to Whitminster Church, calling, then flew off towards Wheatenhurst Weir at 7:13pm. (Tanya Allen). A Red Kite over N at 2:45pm. (Martin McGill).
Berkeley A Green Sandpiper flying and calling over at 8:10pm. (Kane Brides).
Churchdown Male and female Siskin and male and female Greenfinch on feeders today. Also a possible Osprey over that had possibly travelled from the Witcombe reservoir direction, and was travelling NW. (Ingrid & Colin Twissell).
Gloucester At Horsbere Brook Flood Storage Lake today birds included a pair of Mute Swans, three Mallards, two adult Little Grebes, a Little Egret, a Grey Heron, five Coots, seven Moorhens, a Buzzard and a pair of Pied Wagtails. (Gordon Avery).