Purton A GREAT SKUA flew around Tites Point heading towards Slimbridge at 4:15pm, then sat on the river off of Tites Point at 5pm, then flew downriver at 5:16pm. (Richard Hearn). A Curlew Sandpiper feeding around the N end of the Ships Graveyard. Also 58 Ringed Plovers, a juvenile Sanderling, 19 Dunlins, two Greenshanks and seven Black-tailed Godwits. Also a SHAG (presumably the Sharpness bird), a Tree Pipit, three Grey Wagtails, three Garden Warblers, 400 House Martins, 200 Sand Martins and 75 Swallows. (Francis Steuck).
WWT Slimbridge A probable VELVET SCOTER with two COMMON SCOTERS off of Mid Point at 10:35am. All three flew S past Purton, and no further sign today. (Dave Creber). The GREAT WHITE EGRET from Knott hide again today. Also a Kingfisher. (Matt Lathan).
Saul Warth This morning a Hobby, a Kestrel, a Chiffchaff singing, a female Blackcap, a Redstart, a Wheatear, 10+ Meadow Pipits, two Yellow Wagtails, adult and juvenile Whinchat, a male Stonechat, a Swallow, eight House Martins and two Sand Martins. This afternoon at high tide on the top shelf near Hock Ditch. 100+ Curlews, 27 Black-tailed Godwits, 18 Ringed Plovers, a Dunlin and two Sanderlings. Also six Cormorants and 50+ House Martins. (Gordon Hodgson/MK). At Hock Ditch late morning three Little Egrets, two Green Woodpeckers, two Little Owls, a Buzzard and a Peregrine. (Mike Davis).
Sharpness A SHAG on the mud off of SARA this morning. (Andy Jordan).
Berkeley shore A Greenshank in the Pill with the Redshank flock, also three Common Sandpipers. (Paul Taylor).
WWT Slimbridge The GREAT WHITE EGRET from Knott hide again today. Also a Kingfisher. (Matt Lathan).
Rodborough Common A male Redstart at 10:30am. (Richard Hearn).
Stinchcombe Hill This morning a Tree pipit, two Spotted Flycatchers, a Whitethroat and a Marsh Tit. (Phil Pope).
Sherborne Water Meadows A Little Owl, a Spotted Flycatcher and Siskins today. (Tom Mabbett).
Forest of Dean A Hobby over the garden in Littledean today. (Dan Watson).
Lydney Harbour 150 Canada Geese, 30 Barnacle Geese and two Bar-headed Geese today. (Eden Tanner).
Draycott A female Bullfinch feeding young on Honeysuckle berries in the garden this morning. (Hanna Middleton).
Awre This morning 53 Curlews, three Whinchats, three Wheatears, two Spotted Flycatchers and a Mediterranean Gull. (David Smith).
Coaley Between 2-3pm a passage of several hundred Swallows and House Martins with at least ten Swifts and a Hobby over Coaley. (Paul Skirrow).
Frampton Two Swifts over Court Lake this afternoon. (Martin McGill).
Chedworth A pair of Hobbies migrating S at midday amidst an agitated hirundine flock. (Harvey Sherwood).