Cotswold Water Park West At Pit 16 roost this evening a first-winter CASPIAN GULL and two Yellow-legged Gulls, an adult and a second winter. (Rich Hearn). A Green Sandpiper and a Redwing flock in Cerney Wick this afternoon. (Nigel Gardener/Chris Snook).
Along the canal footpath from Cricklade to South Cerney 50 Redwings feeding in a field, two Grey Wagtails and a Roe Deer. (Bruce Kettle).
Stroud A Red Kite circling over Bath Road at 11:25am. (Colin Greenfield).
Winchcombe A Red Kite this morning. (Phil Cull).
Gloucester The male BLACK REDSTART still at Gloucester Cathedral today. Also two Peregrines there. (Gareth Jones). At Alney Island a Stonechat and a Cormorant today. (Simon Hart).
Frampton pools A Tawny Owl, a pair of Pintail, a juvenile male Goldeneye, 75 Tufted Ducks, 25 Gadwalls, six Shovelers, a Raven, three Nuthatches, 13 Song Thrushes, two Bramblings, 150+ Chaffinches, 30+ Linnets, 17 Reed Buntings, 45 Skylarks and 86 Stock Doves today. (Nick Goatman).
Frocester A ringed Goshawk wearing jesses in a field on the edge of Frocester today. (Dave Abrams & Hannah Willoughby).
Quedgeley to Netheridge via Lower Rea Birds included a pair of Teal, a Green Sandpiper heard, 35 Fieldfares, 23 Redwings, three Meadow Pipits, five Pied Wagtails, 12 Linnets, a flock of 16 Magpies, a Raven, a female Great Spotted Woodpecker and three Buzzards. (MK).
Sandhurst Ten Blackcaps in a mistletoe-laden orchard this morning. Also a Chiffchaff and Stonechat. (Andy Jayne).
Stonehouse A Kingfisher near Nutshell Bridge, two Goldcrest, two Chiffchaffs, a Grey Heron and a male Kestrel at the water treatment works. A few Pied Wagtails and Chaffinches and a small flock of Greenfinches. Four Grey Herons and a Little Egret in a field near Beard’s Mill. 15+ Redwings around, a Great Spotted Woodpecker and a Green Woodpecker heard. (Paul Sutton).
Dursley A male Blackcap on the bird table at Whiteway today. (Phil Pope).
Ampney Crucis A 80 Redwings, 40 Fieldfares and ten Starlings today. (Liz & Colin Kilpatrick).
Ampney St Mary A Kestrel, 40 Linnets, a male Yellowhammer, eight Golden Plovers and three Skylarks today. (Liz & Colin Kilpatrick).