Tewkesbury The GREAT WHITE EGRET this morning along the River Avon near the Sailing Club. (Sarah Loaring).
Saul Warth At high tide this morning 80+ Curlews, a Bar-tailed Godwit, 19 Dunlins, three Sanderlings, two Common Sandpipers, six Pintails, a GREAT WHITE EGRET flew towards at Slimbridge, seven Little Egrets, 30+ Meadow Pipits, a Yellow Wagtail, a Siskin heard and six Swallows. Also Migrant Hawkers. (MK).
Cam Early morning at Ashmead and Cam Peak, a Crossbill, 20+Siskins, a Little Owl, a Kestrel, two Buzzards, a Green Woodpecker, a Great Spotted Woodpecker, a Nuthatch numerous Meadow Pipits, Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps and an influx of Coal Tits and Goldcrests in the area. (Neil Smart).
Colesbourne A Hobby disputing the airspace with a Goshawk and then with two Ravens today. (Andy Lewis).
Calcot Manor Three Stonechats today. (Terry Grant).
Chapman Cross Seven Whinchats and a Stonechat today. (Terry Grant).
WWT Slimbridge A CATTLE EGRET from Zeiss hide and the leucistic/albino Great Black-backed Gull on the Dumbles again. (Dot Jones). The GREY SEAL seen briefly on the river again. (Helen Bojaniwska).
Lydney 10+ Yellow Wagtails in with Cattle W along the sea wall from the harbour. Also a few Siskins, Meadow Pipits and a Common Sandpipers. (Dan Watson).
Guscar Rocks Two Canada Geese, two Teal, 12 Mallards, four Grey Herons, 19 Ringed Plovers, 14 Dunlins, a Redshank, c120 Curlews at Guscar another 300 on the edge of Aylburton Warth among them 15 colour-ringed birds, a Common Sandpiper, 100 Black-headed Gulls, two SANDWICH TERNS (heard flying past, then landed briefly among the Curlews), 5+ Skylarks, 5+ Meadow Pipits, 20+ Swallows, 2+ Yellow Wagtails and 10+ Pied Wagtails. (Mike Smart).