WWT Slimbridge The CITRINE WAGTAIL flew over the visitor centre from South Lake direction towards the Rushy at 4:30pm, calling loudly. (James Robinson). From Mid Point at high tide a juvenile Curlew Sandpiper, five Knot, 18 Ringed Plovers, seven Dunlins, an adult and a juvenile Yellow-legged Gull, two Common Sandpipers, 13 Little Egrets, 15 Yellow Wagtails, 45 Linnets and two Wheatears. (Slimbridge Sightings). A GARGANEY showing on and off this morning on the Top New Piece from Zeiss hide and also a Spotted Redshank. (Jonathan Bull).
Saul Warth This morning at high tide eight Turnstones, 12 Avocets, eight Knot, seven Sanderlings, 150+ Ringed Plovers, 50+ Dunlins, 100+ Curlews, three Ruff, a Black-tailed Godwit, a Redshank, two Little Egrets, a Lesser Whitethroat, a Whitethroat, a Chiffchaff, a Yellow Wagtail, 30+ Meadow Pipits, 21 Swallows, 20+ House Martins and a male Wheatear. (MK).
Stinchcombe Hill This morning two Crossbills flew over and a few Swallows heading S. (James Robinson).
Cleeve Hill This morning five Whinchats, four Wheatears, three Stonechats, two Redstarts, two Tree Pipits over, with a trickle of Swallows going S. (Tom Mabbett). Additionally this afternoon five Spotted Flycatchers. (Greg Lee).
Nailsworth 15 Crossbills heading low S over Barton End this morning, also nine Tree Pipits, a Red Kite and a Siskin. (Francis Steuck). Four juvenile Siskins ringed in the garden at Windsoredge this morning. (Roy Bircher)..
Uckington Five Swifts over at 7:54pm. (Jeremy Squire).
Cotswolds Above Whittington a Wheatear and at Chedworth Airfield a Whinchat and family party of five Stonechats. (Duncan Dine).
Cheltenham This morning at 11:25am three Peregrines circling and calling to each other over Benhall. (David Norman).
Owlpen Up to 25 Ravens calling and rolling, in duos and trios, using the updraft from the scarp slope E of Owlpen this morning at 10am, occasionally harassing 1-2 Buzzards and a Sparrowhawk. (David Bullock).
Maisemore At Maisemore Brickpits two Mute Swans, 22 Mallards, a Great Crested Grebe, two Coots, five Swallows, five House Martins and a Chiffchaff. On Court Lake three Mute Swans, two adults and a cygnet, 20 Mallards, three Tufted Ducks and a Willow Warbler. (Mike Smart).