WWT Slimbridge No sign of the Citrine Wagtail all day today. A Yellowhammer along the Summer Walkway and the Spotted Redshank still on South Lake. (Les Ditchburn). Mid Point over high tide two Turnstones, 47 Ringed Plovers, 73 Curlews, two Common Sandpipers and 13 Little Egrets. (Martin McGill). From Hogarth hide five Green Sandpipers, two Greenshanks and five Ruff. A pair of Common Cranes on South Lake including the unringed bird. Two GARGANEYS still from Zeiss hide. A pair of Little Grebes with two small chicks on the Decoy pool. (Paul Masters/MK). Pic by Nick Truby, Ruff taken 15th, still present today.
Stinchcombe Hill A Wheatear and a Swift this morning. (James Robinson). A male Redstart and an adult Spotted Flycatcher feeding a youngster. (Paul Rich).
Rodborough Two Swifts with c30 House Martins over the garden this morning. (Seb Buckton).
Purton This morning four Yellow Wagtails, a Tree Pipit, a Grey Wagtail and a Snipe overhead. A Spotted Flycatcher and three Willow Warblers in the bushes. (Francis Steuck).
Sharpness A Redstart in the bushes at the picnic site this morning. (Andy Jordan). Also a Lesser Whitethroat and a Sedge Warbler. (Geoff Moyser).
Cleeve Hill Early morning a male and a female Redstart, a Wheatear and a Stonechat. (Duncan Dine/Andy Wiggins).
Edge Around Rudge Hill NNR this afternoon a Spotted Flycatcher, two adult Green Woodpeckers, two Chiffchaffs, five Chaffinches, two Buzzards and a Kestrel. (John Fletcher).
Frampton pools Three Arctic Terns over, six Common Terns, the adult Yellow-legged Gull, a Hobby, a Lesser Whitethroat, seven Willow Warblers, 35 Chiffchaffs and seven Blackcaps today. (Nick Goatman).
Hucclecote A juvenile Sparrowhawk in the garden this morning and yesterday. (Harold Smith). Pic by Harold.