Tetbury A calling YELLOW-BROWED WARBLER at a private site this morning. (Dan Watson).
WWT Slimbridge Three calling TREE SPARROWS repeatedly circled Middle Point at 8:40-8:43am. In the Goose House Ground two Whinchats and four Stonechats. (Martin McGill). 120+ Dunlins on the Rushy this morning and a JACK SNIPE this afternoon. (Kate Fox/Terry Stevenson).
Slimbridge Eight Swallows over Slimbridge football pitch at 4:45pm. (MK).
Stinchcombe Hill A RING OUZEL, a Brambling, two Wheatears, five Redwings, six Swallows, a Starling and a movement of Siskins, Linnets, Lesser Redpolls, Chaffinches and Meadow Pipits over this morning. A Chiffchaff singing and a Sparrowhawk hunting Goldfinches. (James Robinson).
Nailsworth At Barton End early this morning a Hawfinch, a Stonechat, three Lesser Redpolls, 13 Siskins and 50 House Martins S. (Francis Steuck).
Calcot Manor & Hazelcote Farm area 12+ Stonechats, two Whinchats, three White Wagtails, 21 House Martins, 11 Swallows and 200+ distant Golden Plover, disturbed by a Chinook helicopter. (Terry Grant).
Netheridge Farm At the Barn Owl Centre 16 Skylarks over E just after 8am also a Whinchat and a Stonechat still. (Mark Hobson).
Frampton pools On Court Lake a pair of Kingfishers, a Cetti’s Warbler, two Chiffchaffs, 90+ Mute Swans, five Teal, a female Shoveler, a pair of Gadwalls and a juvenile Bullfinch in the Gravel Wash. On the Sailing Lake an adult Yellow-legged Gull, nine Cormorants and four Little Egrets. (MK). Vis mig at Splatt Bridge between 7:30-9:30am 49 Wigeon, four Shovelers, nine Gadwalls, 37 Greylags, six Lapwings, 59 Linnets, 13 Goldfinches, 11 Skylarks, three Reed Buntings, 18 Swallows, 51 Meadow Pipits, 50 Starlings, two Siskins, a Lesser Redpoll and a high-flying Dunnock all SW. (Gordon Hodgson).
Forest of Dean Two Ravens hassling a Buzzard at Beechenhurst today. (Chris Keeling). At Cannop Ponds on the sluice behind the stone quarry a Dipper and two Grey Wagtails. At Ellwood garden birds included 10+ House Sparrows, a Great Spotted Woodpecker and a Nuthatch. (Christine Mora).
Coombe Hill Meadows Six Mute Swans, 127 Greylags, 61 Canada Geese, 150 Wigeon, 15 Gadwalls, 40 Teal, 50 Mallards, four Pintails, 25 Shovelers, a male Goshawk flushing all the wildfowl mid morning, two Grey Herons, a Lapwing, three Dunlins, ten Skylarks, seven Stonechats and 40 Meadow Pipits. (Mike Smart/Ian Hull).
Ashleworth Ham 30 Greylags, five Canada Geese, 20 Teal, 35 Mallards, two Shovelers, 15 Swallows and 15 House Martins. (Mike Smart).