Lydney harbour This morning a Black-tailed Godwit, a Knot, seven Grey Plovers flew upriver, two Little Egrets, several Siskins and a Tree Pipit flew SW downriver and a wrecked GANNET on the Berkeley side of the Severn. (Dan Watson).
Frampton On the Sailing Lake early morning two Common Terns, the adult Yellow-legged Gull, 69+ Mute Swans, 112+ Coots, a Kingfisher, three juvenile Pied Wagtails and a Grey Wagtail. (MK). Later birds included four Whinchats, three Redstarts, two Spotted Flycatchers, three Yellow Wagtails, a Cetti’s Warbler, seven Whitethroats, a Reed Warbler, five Willow Warblers, 53 Chiffchaffs, 24 Blackcaps, a Garden Warbler, three Swifts, a Hobby and a Green Sandpiper. (Nick Goatman).
Saul Warth Two Egyptian Geese flew S towards WWT, 30+ Shelducks, two Greenshanks, a Bar-tailed Godwit, 12 Black-tailed Godwits, eight Ringed Plovers, 40+ Curlews, a Little Owl, 20+ Meadow Pipits, a Yellow Wagtail, three Lesser Whitethroats, a Whitethroat, 1+ Chiffchaffs, male and female Blackcap and a pair of Ravens. (MK). This afternoon a Hobby, three Whinchats, a Redstart and a Green Sandpiper feeding on the pools left by the high tide. (Gordon Hodgson).
Purton A Curlew Sandpiper flew low S at 7:18am. (Francis Steuck).
WWT Slimbridge A juvenile BLACK TERN still on South Lake and a juvenile Mediterranean Gull. A Little Egret on the Rushy. A Buzzard from Stephen Kirk hide. A Goldfinch feeding young and a Kingfisher from Knott hide. Along the Summer Walkway near the Pill Box three Wheatears and a Whinchat. A juvenile Arctic Tern from Mid Point. On the Top New Piece from Zeiss hide birds included a Curlew Sandpiper, a Turnstone, four Garganeys, an adult Avocet and three young, a Green Sandpiper and 12 Ruff. The Spotted Redshank on the Tack Piece today. (Martin McGill/Paul Cousins/Paul Masters/Mark Dowie/Jonathan Bull).
Tewkesbury The GREAT WHITE EGRET was on the Glos side of the Avon near the sailing club again this morning. (Sarah Loaring).
Sharpness A Spotted Flycatcher and a Redstart between the dock and SARA along the riverside path this morning. (Andy Jordan).
Cleeve Hill At least five Redstarts, three Wheatears, a Tree Pipit over, a Spotted Flycatcher, six Wheatears, a Marsh Tit, three Kestrels, a Sparrowhawk, two Ravens, a Green Woodpecker, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, a family of Bullfinches, two Yellowhammers and a Grey Partridge flushed at the gate to West Down. (Tom Mabbett/Steve Brown).
Whittington At Arle Grove GWT a Spotted Flycatcher, two Marsh Tits, a Bullfinch, two Nuthatches, a Goldcrest and a Great Spotted Woodpecker. (Steve Brown).
Dursley An adult Cuckoo and a Hobby E of Dursley between Uley Road and Whiteway this morning. (James Robinson).
Coombe Hill Meadows At lunchtime a Green Sandpiper, two Wheatears and six Yellow Wagtails. (Les Ditchburn).
Guscar Rocks At high tide this morning, three Grey Herons, a Cormorant, a Buzzard, 13 Ringed Plovers, 80 Curlews, two Common Sandpipers, 180 Black-headed Gulls, ten Shelducks, eight Collared Doves, a Stock Dove, nine Swallows, a female Reed Bunting, four Wheatears and a Spotted Flycatcher. (Iain Crawford).