WWT Slimbridge A LESSER YELLOWLEGS on South Lake at 9:30am then flew off. It returned to South Lake at 10:10am and was there but elusive until it flew off high N at 11:25am. It was relocated on the Top New Piece from Zeiss hide at 3:20pm and remained until late afternoon at least. This is the 4th record for Gloucestershire. (Scott Petrek). Also a SPOONBILL from Zeiss today.
Frampton Around the pools this evening a juvenile Garganey, two GREAT WHITE EGRETS, two Green Sandpipers and two Kingfishers. (Nick Goatman). This morning a GREAT WHITE EGRET at Splatt Bridge and seven Lesser Redpolls over. (Gordon Hodgson). 12 Lapwings at Splatt Bridge at 5:45pm. (Pete Dallow).
Saul Warth At high tide this morning on the river two juvenile Curlew Sandpipers, two Knot, a Ruff, five Bar-tailed Godwits, 35+ Curlews, three Little Egrets, a Pintail and a Teal. Around the Warth three Stonechats, one male, a Lesser Whitethroat, four Chiffchaffs, three Blackcaps, 10+ Swallows and 20+ Meadow Pipits. (MK).
Nailsworth Three, possibly four Hobbies making a lightning attack on a small party of House Martins at 7:40am. The Hobbies then rapidly flew S. (Terry Grant). A possible Great White Egret seen briefly on the flood ponds from the cycle path at 3pm. (Paul Sutton).
Calcot Manor Five Stonechats and two Whinchats today. (Terry Grant).
Lydney Late this afternoon around low tide two Bar-headed Geese in the outflow from the Harbour. (Mike Ingleby).