Berkeley The adult ROSE-COLOURED STARLING around the village of Stone at GL13 9LR on and off throughout the day. (Tom Mabbett/Mark Hobson/Paul Masters et al). Pics by Richard Tyler (1st) and Merv Carlyon (2nd).
Cotswold Water Park East At Pit 127 two adult Oystercatchers with a well-grown juvenile and at least six young Common Terns of various ages. (John Durell).
Coombe Hill Meadows 6 or 7 Whinchats, six Little Ringed Plovers and a juvenile Whitethroat today. (Ken Burrows). At least two nests of Sedge Warblers still to fledge, a Green Sandpiper, a Black-tailed Godwit, ten Lapwings and a Grey Heron. (Dot Jones). Pic by Ken.
Cirencester A Red Kite over the A419. 20 Swifts and a few Swallows over Cirencester Park near the tennis courts today. (Felicity Cobb).
Stinchcombe Hill Four noisy Crossbills in conifers at Stinchcombe Hill House this morning. (James Robinson).
WWT Slimbridge Two CATTLE EGRETS with the Long-horned Cattle in the Tin Shed field best viewed from the Reedbed Walk. (John Budd). A Spotted Redshank in with 196 Black-tailed Godwits on South Lake also seven Ruff, a Common Sandpiper, four Little Ringed Plovers, a summer plumage Dunlin, 63 Redshanks and a few Avocets. (Roberta Goodall). Three Egyptian Geese on the Rushy and eight Green Sandpipers on the Tack Piece. (Dan White).
Cotswolds A Kingfisher on the River Coln, by the bridge over the river at Coln Rogers, and a singing Corn Bunting by the minor road at cSP038067. (Jon Mercer).
Gloucester Two Peregrine flew SW over the garden calling this evening. (Sam Walker).
Cleeve Hill This afternoon at West Down up to three singing Corn Buntings, c5 singing Yellowhammers and a Stonechat. At Prestbury Hill/Bill Smyllie reserve butterflies included c8 Dark Green Fritillaries, two Chalk Hill Blues, c4 Small Blues, a Brown Argus and Essex Skippers. (Rob Crofton). Pic by Rob.