WWT Slimbridge At Mid Point two Whinchats, a Stonechat, a Wheatear and a female Marsh Harrier. A GREAT WHITE EGRET from Zeiss hide and a CATTLE EGRET from the Van de Bovenkamp hide. (Martin McGill/Slimbridge Sightings).
Saul Warth This morning six Bar-tailed Godwits, 42 Shelducks, two Chiffchaffs, a Blackcap, a Stonechat, c70 Meadow Pipits and a Little Egret. (MK).
Chavenage Lane & Hazelcote Farm area The ringtail HEN HARRIER still, though wanders far and wide now. Also two Red Kites, a GREAT WHITE EGRET flew E, four male Stonechats, 5+ Wheatears, 150+ Skylarks and 130+ Linnets. (Terry Grant).
Forest of Dean This morning in very heavy rain birds included Tufted Ducks, Mandarins, a Kingfisher, two Pied Wagtails, four Grey Wagtails, three Dippers, a Willow Warbler and a Nuthatch. (Alan Waterman).
Nailsworth 820 House Martins over S this morning in two hours. Also 210 Meadow Pipits and a Yellowhammer. (Francis Steuck).
Gloucester A Little Owl calling in Randwick Park at 8:30pm cSO827151. The first one in over 20 years. (Ian Elphick).
Witcombe Reservoirs WeBS count birds included 12 Canada Geese, 12 Greylags, four Mute Swans and a cygnet, three Wigeon, five Mallards, three Teal, 19 Tufted Ducks, two Little Grebes, six Great Crested Grebes, two Grey Herons, three Cormorants, 12 Moorhens, 35 Coots, 50 Black-headed Gulls, a Buzzard, c60 House Martins and a Sand Martin feeding over the Reservoir, a male Blackcap and 130 Starlings. (Gord Avery).