WWT Slimbridge At Mid Point over high tide four Turnstones, 11 Curlews, 12 Dunlins, six Ringed Plovers, male and female Wheatear and a Whinchat. (John Budd).
Saul Warth At low tide eight Curlews, five Whimbrels, four Oystercatchers, three Dunlins, two Avocets, a Greenshank and a Bar-tailed Godwit. (Gordon Hodgson).
Berkeley shore A Red Kite and two Whimbrels today. (Paul Taylor).
Coombe Hill Meadows This morning along the canal to the Grundon hide, all singing a Reed Warbler, 5+ Sedge Warblers, 5+ Whitethroats, a Willow Warbler, two Chiffchaffs, 4+ Reed Buntings and a Skylark. Also a Buzzard, two Grey Herons over and a male Linnet. From the Grundon hide, six Mute Swans, an Egyptian Goose, six Shelducks, a Grey Heron, a Little Egret, two Oystercatchers, 2-3 Little Ringed Plovers, two Curlews, a Redshank and a WOOD SANDPIPER, also a male Cuckoo heard. (Ian Hull/Andy & Sue Gibbons).
Frampton pools 150+ Swifts, 100+ Sand Martins, two Cuckoos, a Whimbrel, six Common Terns, a Common Sandpiper, three Hobbies, six Yellow Wagtails, 15 Whitethroats, a Lesser Whitethroat, 24 Blackcaps, 21 Chiffchaffs, 18 Reed Warblers, three Sedge Warblers, a Raven, three Oystercatchers and seven Gadwalls. (Nick Goatman/Les Sysum).
Tresham A Yellow Wagtail and a Corn Bunting at Hatherall’s Barn between Tresham and the A46. (Vic Polley).
Cotswold Water Park West Mid morning three Nightingales at a traditional site plus seven Garden Warblers, a Cuckoo heard, three Sedge Warblers, two Reed Buntings, Whitethroats and Willow Warblers. (Vic Polley).
Naunton A Garden Warbler in and around the quarry N of Grange Hill Farm at SP112243. (Keith White).
Quedgeley At Clearwater Drive this morning five Chiffchaffs, four Blackcaps, three Willow Warblers and 38 House Sparrows. (Andy Chapman).
Rendcomb A Dipper seen from the bridge today. (Steve Brown).
Stroud At Frome Banks Nature reserve late afternoon birds included a Buzzard, two Jays, a WOOD WARBLER, two Grey Wagtails, a Kingfisher, a Coal Tit, two adult Dippers and two juvenile Dippers and a Great Spotted Woodpecker heard. (Malcolm Balster).
Ashleworth Ham Birds today included a male Mandarin Duck, two Curlews, a Whimbrel, three Little Ringed Plovers, two Lapwings, two Shelducks, 11 Canada Geese, four Teal (3m), a Grey Heron, a Little Egret, two Cuckoos, three Chiffchaffs, four Blackcaps, a Sedge Warbler, two Whitethroats, two Great Spotted Woodpeckers and four Red-legged Partridges. (John Fletcher).