Cotswold Water Park East Three RING-NECKED DUCKS, an adult male, an immature male and a female, still on Pit 125, Bowmoor Sailing Lake, first thing this morning, later relocating to Pit 127. Also a Mandarin, four Chiffchaffs and two Egyptian Geese. (Nigel Pleass/Ian Ralphs). An OTTER on Pit 114 with a large Crayfish. (Ian Ralphs). A White-fronted Goose with Greylags in a field south of Pit 75 at 11:15am, before moving into Wiltshire. (Mark Gurney).
Gloucester The male BLACK REDSTART showing well again today on the South Transept of Gloucester Cathedral. Two Peregrines on the S side of the tower. (Mike Teesdale/Richard Tyler/Paul Clark/Gareth Jones).
WWT Slimbridge A ringtail HEN HARRIER over the Top New Piece seen from the Estuary Tower. Also the red wing-tagged Marsh Harrier there and two Peregrines on the estuary. (Nick Skilbeck/Paul Masters/Magnus Carter). A BITTERN, a Water Rail and a Cetti’s Warbler in the reedbed in front of Zeiss hide. (Magnus Carter). Three CATTLE EGRETS in the Decoy this morning. (Dot Jones). Three Water Rails from Willow hide. (Paul Cousins).
Newnham-on-Severn A Whooper Swan on the E bank of the Severn viewed from Newnham church at 11:15am. (Lewis Thomson).
Chipping Campden A Peregrine flew low W over the High Street. (Julian Bennett).
Frampton N of Splatt Bridge Shelducks, five Lapwings, a Little Egret, a Grey Heron, a Kingfisher, Fieldfares and a male Goosander this morning. (Mike Davis).