Selsley Common A male RING OUZEL in a bush on the W side of the barrow at 7:45am. Also a Redstart near the North quarry. (Colin Greenfield).
Cleeve Hill Male and female RING OUZEL still below the heather enclosure in the isolated row of trees that run N to S downhill toward the bench at 8:15am. Also a Redwing and a Mistle Thrush again. (Mark Easterbrook).
Frampton A female BLACK REDSTART at Cools Farm on a pile of stones at the end of the buildings at cSO 74601 06646. (Nick Goatman). A Cetti’s Warbler calling and showing quite well from the towpath 400m S of Splatt Bridge by the small reedbed on the opposite bank in brambles/reeds. (Les Ditchburn). This morning from Splatt Bridge Vis-mig 7-9am included 123 Black-tailed Godwits, five Knots, 114 Black-headed Gulls, 69 Meadow Pipits, 42 Linnets, 80 Sand Martins, 24 Swallows, a male MARSH HARRIER high N at 7am and a Great Spotted Woodpecker high N and a Great White Egret on the river. At high tide two Oystercatchers, a female MARSH HARRIER at 10am, a Yellow Wagtail, a third summer MEDITERRANEAN GULL and three Little Egrets high N. (Gordon Hodgson). A Goshawk over the Sailing Lake today at 12:40pm. (Alan Jones).
Painswick Beacon Migration watch between 9am and 12:30pm, birds mostly NE, highlights included three Little Egrets, 16 Swallows, 262 House Martins, 81 Sand Martins, two Sparrowhawk, nine Buzzards, 36 Goldfinches and three Fieldfares. (John Fleming).
Netheridge Farm A Yellow Wagtail N over the Barn Owl Centre this morning, also two Swallows and a House Martin and c100 waders mainly Black-tailed Godwits. (Mark Hobson).
Ashleworth Ham A pair of GARGANEYS still present this evening. (Andy Jayne).
Purton A LITTLE GULL going high S towards Sharpness at 7:16am. A female MARSH HARRIER over N at 9:03am. (Francis Steuck).
WWT Slimbridge Seven Knot on South Lake today. (Ken Mihill). Also a male MARSH HARRIER today. (Martin McGill).
Berkeley shore Between the Sharpness Docks and Berkeley Pill late afternoon a Buzzard, five Swallows, four Skylarks, four Rock Pipits, three Linnets, a Curlew, a MEDITERRANEAN GULL, two Willow Warblers, ten House Sparrows, four Starlings and two Shelducks. (Malcolm Balster).
Hartpury A Water Rail calling noisily at the Orchard Centre at 7:30 this morning. (Steve French).
Bromsberrow Heath A Red Kite over at 2pm. (Steve French).
Sharpness Two MEDITERRANEAN GULLS (3cy & 2cy) this morning and a Willow Warbler singing at the picnic site. (Andy Jordan).