WWT Slimbridge An OSPREY flew off the river and headed inland across the Top New Piece pursued by crows at 12:45pm. (David Bullock). Spotted Redshank from Robbie Garnet hide at 12:50pm. (Matt Lathan). Two Marsh Harriers over the River from Mid Point this morning. (Roberta Goodall).
Berkeley shore Four Bar-tailed Godwits this morning, also 19 Wigeon, four Wheatears and a Yellow Wagtail. (Paul Taylor).
Frampton From Splatt Bridge early afternoon two Hobbies, six Avocets, 160+ Knot flew in from the S and went back down river and a Cetti’s Warbler singing. (Gordon Hodgson). At the pools a Common Sandpiper, five Green Sandpipers, a Lapwing, 27 Swallows, 45 House Martins, 21 Chiffchaffs, three Blackcaps, 100+ Meadow Pipits, 308 Coots, ten Gadwalls, 38 Teal, 18 Shovelers, six Wigeon, nine Great Crested Grebes and 64 Robins. (Nick Goatman).
Cleeve Hill Around the masts this afternoon six Stonechats, a Whinchat, a Redstart, a Wheatear and c40 Swallows. (Tom Mabbett).
Coberley Seven Red Kites over Cotswold Hills Golf Course today, mainly juveniles. Also two Kestrels, two Buzzards, a Green Woodpecker and flocks of Linnets and Goldfinches heading S. (Chris Furley).
Charlton Kings Common 200+ House Martins along the scarp edge, a Willow Warbler briefly in song, two Chiffchaffs and a Sparrowhawk on a downed pigeon. (Chris Furley).
Nailsworth From 7:20-8:35am a heavy southerly movement of 1425+ Swallows, 3070+ House Martins and 15+ Pipits. (Terry Grant).
Quedgeley At least two Spotted Flycatchers next to the canal near Teal Close at 3pm, a patch tick. (Steve Pullen).