Frampton pools 14 Pochards, 12+ Shovelers, a pair of Wigeon, 30+ Tufted Ducks, 120+ Mute Swans, 200+ Coots, a Little Grebe, two Little Egrets, a Grey Wagtail, 40+ Meadow Pipits, a Lesser Redpoll, a Cetti’s Warbler seen, an adult Yellow-legged Gull and a Muntjac beside the Blue Pool. (MK). A Sand Martin and Swallow over the Sailing Lake at midday. (Martin McGill). The Sand Martin over the horse field late afternoon, also a Chiffchaff. (Nick Goatman). Vis-mig this morning N of Splatt Bridge 76 Meadow Pipits, 54 Redwings, 46 Linnets, 12 Fieldfares, 34 Lapwings, two Golden Plovers, eight alba Wagtails, 22 Chaffinches, two Bramblings, five Reed Buntings, a Swallow, a Rock Pipit, a Yellowhammer, a Siskin and a Lesser Redpoll. (Gordon Hodgson). Splatt Bridge late morning a Sand Martin, a Kingfisher and a Water Rail. (Bob Williams/Peter Humby).
Ashleworth Ham Early morning 83 Greylags, two Egyptian Geese, a Canada Goose in the overnight roost. 120 Wigeon, 40 Teal, 40 Shovelers, 80 Mallards, a Snipe, 40 Fieldfares and a Reed Bunting heard. (Mike Smart).
Cress Green A Swallow hawking over a hedge SW of Cress Green at SO783046. (Nigel Birch).
Stinchcombe Hill This morning a RING OUZEL heard alarm calling from deep cover but not seen, 11 Lesser Redpolls, three Siskins, four Chiffchaffs ,20+ Redwings, seven Skylarks, nine Meadow Pipits, 27 Chaffinches, 30+ Goldfinches and 18 Common Gulls. (Neil Smart).
Saul Warth This evening c20 Curlews, a pair of Stonechats and two Mistle Thrushes. (Richard Williams). Saul village mid-morning a CATTLE EGRET, five Little Egrets and Mandarins. (Bob Williams/Peter Humby).
Chavenage Lane 700+ Redwings, 350+ Fieldfares and 45+ Chaffinches all from the E and NE, also two Stonechats. (Terry Grant).
WWT Slimbridge Two Spotted Redshanks on South Lake. (Ian Hull). A Little Stint from Zeiss hide. 43 White-fronted Geese on the Bottom New Piece. (Tim Jukes).
Cotswold Water Park East At Pit 132 two Dunlins, three Chiffchaffs and a Little Owl. (Duncan Dine).
Stanley Downton 22 Redwings flew W across the water treatment plant at 5:15pm. Also an adult Pied Wagtail and two juveniles. An adult Peregrine on a pylon at Ryeford 6:10pm. (Paul Sutton).