Lower Rea An adult and a juvenile WHOOPER SWAN this morning, but relocating to Corn Ham, Minsterworth by late morning. (Andy Chapman).
Arlingham The adult WHOOPER SWAN and juvenile Mute Swan in stubble on the Arlingham side of the Severn this afternoon, viewed from Newnham church SO70601245. (Andy Chapman/Lewis Thomson).
Frampton pools 121 Tufted Ducks, two Pintails, 23 Gadwalls, four Shovelers, two Pochards, ten Mallards, five Wigeon, 26 Mute Swans, 23 Greylags, a Barnacle Goose, two Canada Geese, a Bar-Headed Goose, five Grey Herons, 11 singing Song Thrushes, two Mistle Thrushes, a Peregrine and 40 Robins today. (Nick Goatman).
Upper Hilcot This afternoon c300 Chaffinches on a stubble field. (Duncan Dine).
Wotton-Under-Edge Garden birds today included three Blackcaps (2m, 1f), a pair of Bullfinches, a Redwing, a Great Spotted Woodpecker and a Marsh Tit. (Paul Rich).
Brockworth Garden birds this afternoon included six Goldfinches, six Greenfinches and seven Chaffinches. (Dave Goodwin).
Priors Norton 28 Little Egrets this morning and another flyover at Twigworth heading towards Longlevens. (Jeremy Squire).
Berkeley Nine Little Egrets in a field at Park Farm near Ham and a Great Spotted woodpecker at Brown’s Mill. (Andrew Jones).
Amberley In the garden at Theescombe Lane, a male Lesser Redpoll and four Blackcaps (2m & 2f ) on the feeders this afternoon. Also a Mistle Thrush singing in valley. (Phil Williams).
Tewkesbury In the Natton area a flock of 59 Linnets and two Yellowhammers on a rough cleared development site and 51 Common Gulls feeding on short wet grass fields. (Les Ditchburn). At Mythe Hook viewed from high ground near Shuthonger 20 Canada Geese, 159 Wigeon, a Grey Heron and two Cormorants. (Mike Smart).
Bourton-on-the-Water A total of eight Shovelers on the large north and south pits. (Andy Lewis).
Ampney Crucis A male Yellowhammer, a Great Spotted Woodpecker and six Long-tailed Tits on feeders and a Buzzard over today. (Liz & Colin Kilpatrick).
Ampney St Mary A Kestrel, 20 Redwings, four Fieldfares, a Red Kite and a Skylark today. (Liz & Colin Kilpatrick).