WWT Slimbridge Mid morning a FULMAR is flying around the estuary over high tide, then flew S towards Mid Point. (Martin McGill). From Mid point a Grey Plover, three Sanderlings, 11 Ringed Plovers, five Dunlins and a Grasshopper Warbler still reeling. Two Great White Egrets about the site and the Ross’s Goose on the Tack Piece. (Tim Jukes). From Zeiss hide a GARGANEY, a Bar-tailed Godwit and a pair of Yellow Wagtails. (Ian Hull). The drake Goldeneye on South Lake again. (Dot Jones).
Forest of Dean This morning at Crabtree Hill and Woorgreens two Reed Buntings, six Tree Pipits, five Garden Warblers, a Whitethroat and three Wood Warblers. At Nagshead a Spotted Flycatcher and four Redstarts (1m, 3f). (Jonny Gentle).
Dymock At Leadon Vale Farm today a Peregrine swooped over the rookery down into field less than 100m away then sharp turn up and over towards village. Also a pair of Bullfinches in the hedgerow near the house and a Cuckoo heard. (Mark Woodall).
Fairford A Cuckoo calling along the River Coln today. (Dr Paul Tubb).
Ashleworth Ham Two Curlews, three Sedge Warblers, five Reed Buntings, 40 Long-tailed Tits, a displaying male Cuckoo and two pairs of Redstarts. (John Kennedy).
Aylburton Warth & Guscar Rocks This morning six Canada Geese, 13 Shelducks, seven Mallards, four Grey Herons, 5+ Oystercatchers, four Lapwings, 15 Ringed Plovers, eight Dunlins and 2, two Sanderlings all in summer plumage, c15 Curlews, 4+ Redshanks, two Yellow Wagtails, 2+ Meadow Pipits, 17+ Reed Warblers and four Reed Buntings. (Mike Smart).