Awre An adult WHOOPER SWAN today, presumably the Arlingham bird. Also a Weasel. (Lewis Thomson).
Longlevens A GREAT WHITE EGRET flew over NE at 5:55pm. (Andy Jayne).
Frampton pools Six Barnacle Geese, three Oystercatchers, three Curlews, a Reed Bunting and a Chiffchaff. (Cas & Luther Hambling).
Oystercatcher & Barnacle Geese by Cas Hambling
Sharpness From the Severn Way today 20+ Dunlins, two Redshanks, a Curlew, 60+ Wigeon and 30+ Mallards. (Clare Glanville).
Ashleworth Ham 46 Greylags, 54 Canada Geese, three Oystercatchers, 150+ Pintails, 35+ Shovelers, 360+ Wigeon, 250+ Teal, 24 Gadwalls, 12 Tufted Ducks, 60+ Mallards, six Grey Herons, eight Mute Swans and three Little Grebes. On the Hams in the fields beyond the reserve to the river 48 Shelducks, 4000+ Wigeon, Teal, Shovelers and Pintails. (Richard Humphrey).
Coombe Hill Meadows Three Mute Swans, 800+ Wigeon, 400+ Teal, 724+ Pintails, 5+ Gadwalls, 127+ Shovelers, 25 Tufted Ducks, 100+ Shelducks, 60+ Coots, a Grey Heron, two Oystercatchers, 50 Lapwings, ten Dunlins, four Ruff, five Curlews, a Redshank, 96 Black-tailed Godwits, a Redshank, 20+ Pied Wagtails, a Chiffchaff singing and a Reed Bunting singing this morning. (Mike Smart/Les Ditchburn/Alan McIlquham).
Halmore Garden birds today included two Lesser Redpolls, male and a female Siskin, two Greenfinches, a Song Thrush and six Long-Tailed Tits. (Chris Newton).
Lesser Redpoll by Chris Newton
Ebworth A Raven near the National Trust centre at 2:30 this afternoon. (Simon Hart).
Cheltenham A drake Mandarin at The Park Campus today still. (Mike Beer).
Mandarin by Mike Beer
Gretton Three Siskins on the seed feeder in the garden this morning. (Sheila Wasley).
Alderton A male Tawny Owl calling at 10am. (Sheila Wasley).
South Cerney c5 Yellowhammers in the hedge alongside fields outside South Cerney this evening. Also a roost of 200 Starlings, 100 Jackdaws over and Song Thrush and Green Woodpecker heard. (Bruce Kettle).
Yellowhammer by Bruce Kettle
Eastington From Eastington to Stanley Downton Sewage Works along the River Frome a pair of Great Spotted Woodpeckers, a pair of Grey Wagtails, six Chiffchaffs, nine Little Egrets, a Cormorant and a Stonechat. (Bob Hindle).