Frampton On the flashes from Splatt Bridge today 20 Little Egrets, three GREAT WHITE EGRETS, a CATTLE EGRET, a female Marsh Harrier, a Barn Owl, 50 Shelducks, a drake Teal, c60 Curlews, nine Redshanks, 34 Black-tailed Godwits, an Oystercatcher, three Mandarins, two Sand Martins, three Chiffchaffs and a Cetti’s Warbler. (Gordon Hodgson/Neil Smart/MK). A LONG-EARED OWL flew along the canal N of Splatt Bridge at 6:40pm. (Gordon Hodgson). On Court Lake a CATTLE EGRET, 20 Little Egrets, four Sand Martins, a Red Kite, two Oystercatchers, two Shelducks and eight Curlews migrating N. (Nick Goatman). Pics by Mike.
Saul Warth This morning a CATTLE EGRET, three Little Egrets, three Grey Herons, ten Black-tailed Godwits flew N, a pair of Oystercatchers, a female Stonechat, a Chiffchaff and two male Reed Buntings. (MK). Pics by Mike.
Gloucester A Barn Owl over Longford roundabout this morning. (Jim Northcott). A Little Grebe on a flooded field on the road to the household waste site at Hempsted. (Ken Hurcombe).
Moreton-in-Marsh A Barn Owl flew across a field at Draycott this evening at 6:15pm. (Sue Harrison).
Forest of Dean Above Lydbrook today several Buzzards with up to five in the air at once, a Peregrine, possibly two, numerous Ravens displaying and harassing Buzzards and Goshawks. Two Goshawks in display flight at times harassed especially by Buzzards and a Red Kite at times soaring with the Buzzards. ((Mick & Ali Colquhoun). Pics by Mick.
The GREAT GREY SHRIKE again at Crabtree Hill, a pair of Crossbills at New Fancy View and a redhead Goosander on Woorgreens Lake. (Duncan Dine/Andy Wiggins). A Woodcock roding in flight display over Drybrook this evening. (Ed Drewitt). Pics by Dunc.
WWT Slimbridge The Kingfishers were mating this afternoon at Kingfisher hide. (Pam & Frank Bryant).
Epney A Sand Martin N over Epney at 2:40pm. (Jeremy Squire).
Tewkesbury A male Peregrine on the abbey tower. On Severn Ham a Grey Heron, a Cormorant, at least three Curlews, two or three singing Skylarks, a Meadow Pipit and at least two singing Reed Buntings. (Mike Smart).