Prestbury Hill In the Butterfly reserve this evening two Cuckoos, two Redstarts, two Mistle Thrushes and a Song Thrush. (Dave Abrams & Hannah Willoughby).
Cuckoo by Dave Abrams
Gloucester At Horsbere Brook five Whinchats, 33 Linnets, two Buzzards, a Yellow Wagtail, three Reed Buntings, two Chiffchaffs, a Blackcap, a Whitethroat, 18 Mallards including a Mallard with ten ducklings, two Coots with four chicks, two Moorhens and two Mute Swans. (John Fletcher).
Whinchat by John Fletcher
Berkeley At the shore 25 Whimbrels, four Curlews, a Common Sandpiper and two Sedge Warblers. Also a Cuckoo at Berkeley Deer Park. (Paul Taylor). At the Pill this evening an Oystercatcher flew N followed by 34+ Bar-tailed Godwits and two Grey Plovers very high. Then 18+ Whimbrels, 2+ Curlews and 6+ Bar-tailed Godwits. Also two Greenshanks and two Redshanks and a Wheatear dropped in. (Tom Weston-McClung).
Frampton Along the towpath N of Splatt Bridge this morning three Greenshanks, two Redshanks, five Little Egrets, two Oystercatchers, a pair of Mandarins, a Peregrine, a Sparrowhawk, a Water Rail, four Yellow Wagtails, two Sedge Warblers, four Whitethroats, two Willow Warblers, 50+ Sand Martins and three Swifts. Eight Bar-tailed Godwits and three Dunlins on the river. (Gordon Hodgson/MK). At the Sailing Lake a new adult LITTLE GULL and a first winter LITTLE GULL still, a Common Tern and a Common Sandpiper. (Nick Goatman). Also a Red Kite over the Sailing Lake. (Terry Stevenson). The Ross’s Goose still on Court Lake. (Dot Jones/Clare Glanville).
Sharpness Four Bar-tailed Godwits and a Whimbrel this morning. (Andy Jordan).
Ashleworth Ham Along Stank Lane eight male and two female Redstarts, a fly through Cuckoo and two House Martins. (Duncan Dine).
Coombe Hill Meadows A WOOD SANDPIPER and at least ten Yellow Wagtails this evening. (Jeremy Squire). At 1pm four Wheatears in the northern meadow, on the track to the Long pool by two little bridges. (Les Ditchburn).
Cambridge This morning plenty Whitethroats singing, and a new BBS patch bird a female Wheatear by the footpath at SO753033. (Ian Elphick).
Gretton A Wheatear at Langley Hill today. (Phil Cull).