Barnsley An adult OSPREY flew NE just E of Barnsley late morning. (Richard Tyler). Pics by Richard.
Cleeve Hill From the West Down car park an OSPREY in the dead tree 200m to the SW at 8:30am, then flew off towards Whittington at 8:40am. A Woodcock flushed from the side of the track to Wontley Farm, a Painted Lady and a Southern Hawker. At Wontley Farm three Whinchats in the field with the thistles and three Buzzards and four Red Kites up together. Also a Small Tortoiseshell and two Common Blues. (Steve Brown).
Arlingham Along the Severn Way between the sluice and Old Passage this morning a Marsh Harrier, two Grey Herons, three Little Egrets, two Great Black-backed Gulls, a Whinchat, a pair of Reed Warblers and two Skylarks. (Helen Bojaniwska).
Frampton Two Whinchats (ad and juv) in the reedbed N of Splatt Bridge this morning. (Mark Hobson/Paul Masters).
Saul Warth At Hock Ditch two Wheatears, five Yellow Wagtails, two Redstarts and a Green Woodpecker. (Les Ditchburn).
Nailsworth At least 230 Swifts circling high over the Nailsworth valley at 6:15pm, by 6:28pm they had all gone. (Terry Grant).
Stonehouse A female Sparrowhawk over the garden at Bridgend at 4pm, then flew towards Stanley Downton. A juvenile Hobby at 5pm circled towards Wycliffe then off towards Ebley. (Paul Sutton).
Cirencester Four Grey Wagtails, two adults and two fledged juveniles on the stream at the top of Gloucester Street. (Felicity Cobb). Pic by Felicity.
Coombe Hill Meadows A Green Sandpiper, four Snipe, a Little Egret, 2+ Yellow Wagtails, a Willow Warbler, a Whitethroat and several Chiffchaffs. (Ian Ralphs).
Gloucester Seven House Martins and three Swifts feeding over Chatsworth Avenue, Tuffley this evening. (Dean Lord).
Winchcombe A family party of Spotted Flycatchers at Langley Hill today. (Phil Cull).