Gloucester At Horsbere Flood Storage Lake this evening a GREAT WHITE EGRET, a Kestrel, a pair of Buzzards and a Grey Heron. (Andy Watts).
Nailsworth 410+ House Martins, 25+ Swallows, seven Swifts and a Sand Martin flying S up to 5:30pm. (Terry Grant).
Minchinhampton Common 550+ Starlings today. (Terry Grant).
Cotswold Water Park East At Pit 119 today N of Lechlade three Grey Herons, three Oystercatchers, two Green Sandpipers, 36 Black-headed Gulls, two Little Egrets, nine Teal, 30 Mallards and a Kingfisher. (Paul Charles).
Forest of Dean At Wenchford at 7am a Dipper by the entrance bridge. At Cannop Ponds at 8am 22 Mandarins, two Tufted Ducks, a male Bullfinch, six Chaffinches, a colour ringed Dipper (blue R, red L) below the Stoneworks, c4 Swallows, c10 House Martins and three Grey Wagtails. At New Fancy View at 9:15am a male Crossbill by the car park , 1+ Siskin heard and two Ravens. (Derek Hale). Pic by Derek.
Frampton On the Sailing Lake this morning three Swifts, 50+ Sand Martins, a Common Sandpiper, a Common Tern and the adult Yellow-legged Gull. (Nick Goatman).
Saul Warth to Splatt Bridge Two Redstarts, 15 Yellow Wagtails, a Whinchat, a Cetti’s Warbler singing, 31 Avocets on the river and four Kestrels this morning. (Gordon Hodgson).
WWT Slimbridge Two Arctic Terns, two Grey Plovers, a Hobby and three Greenshanks at high tide. (Dave Paynter). A SPOONBILL roosting on the Dumbles, six Swifts through, four Turnstones, six Knot, 20 Avocets and a Bar-tailed Godwit on the river. (Ian Ralphs). Also 156 Curlews, 121 Barnacle Geese, four Great Black-backed Gulls, 12 Little Egrets, 12 Shelducks and a Cormorant and a Sanderling from Zeiss hide. (Helen Bojaniwska). A Hobby flew low S through the Rushy at 8:45am. (Jon Mercer).
Minchinhampton On the polo ground this morning a Wheatear, three Swifts, 20 Swallows, 105 Common Gulls, 33 Lesser Black-backed Gulls, 32 Black-headed Gulls and a Herring Gull. (Seb Buckton).
Guscar Rocks and Cone Brook At high tide today 180 House Sparrows on a wheat field, also 22 Goldfinches, seven Greenfinches, two Collared Doves, a Buzzard, eight Grey Herons, a Cormorant, 140 Black-headed Gulls, 320 Curlews, two Oystercatchers, a Dunlin and two immature Shelducks. (Iain Crawford).