WWT Slimbridge A WOODLARK in the approach fields with 24 Yellow Wagtails, three female Wheatears and Meadow Pipits. All the birds were flushed by a Marsh Harrier and it was not relocated. (Alan Baxter).
Saul Warth At high tide a Bar-tailed Godwit with 90+ Curlews, three Dunlins, two Ringed Plovers, three Pintails, 30+ Shelducks, nine Little Egrets, a Peregrine on Frampton breakwater, a Marsh Harrier over the 100-Acre, a Yellow Wagtail, 6+ Meadow Pipits, two Chiffchaffs, a Blackcap, 22 Swallows, a House Martin and a Kingfisher on the canal. (MK). A Little Owl still at Fretherne this morning. (Marc Freebrey).
Hardwicke A Cetti’s Warbler singing by the canal just S of Sellars Bridge this morning. (Paul Masters).
Forest of Dean In the Cannop Ponds and Parkend area a Dipper, a Kingfisher, Pied and Grey Wagtails, Nuthatches, Coal Tits and a Wild Boar family (11+). At Crabtree Hill Stonechats, a Snipe and Crossbills. (Mike Davis).
Rendcomb Two Dippers from the bridge early this morning. (Steve Brown).
Tewkesbury At Walton Cardiff Lane this morning two Siskins, a Grey Wagtail and a Meadow Pipit. (Pete Long).
Gloucester At Alney Island and on the old Barnwood brickworks pond five Common Sandpipers and a Green Sandpiper today. (Rob & Gillian Guest).
Guscar Rocks A minimum of 426 Curlews, four Grey Herons, 11 Ringed Plovers, a Dunlin, a Redshank, a Common Sandpiper, 2+ Skylarks, five Swallows, 2+ Meadow Pipits, two Yellow Wagtails, a Wheatear and 1+ Chiffchaff today. (Mike Smart).