Aylburton Warth to Guscar Rocks WeBS count today at high tide 29 Canada Geese, 17 Shelducks, four Mallards, four Grey Herons, a Little Egret, a Kestrel, eight Oystercatchers, two Knot, two Whimbrels, 320 Curlews, four Common Sandpipers, a Green Sandpiper, 210 Black-headed Gulls, three Common Gulls, 30 Herring Gulls, 30 Lesser Black-backed Gulls, ten Skylarks, five Meadow Pipits, a Wheatear, two Reed Warblers still singing and 1-2 Reed Buntings. (Mike Smart).
Stinchcombe Hill Three Red Kites heading over E at 1pm. (James Robinson).
Dursley Two Hobbies chasing Swifts over Whiteway Hill this evening. (Phil Pope).
Bourton-on-the-Water A Water Rail seen on one of the north pits today. (Andy Lewis).
Frampton Around the pools an adult Yellow-legged Gull, six Common Terns, 148 Mute Swans, 82 Coots, 40 Moorhens, 151 Barnacle Geese, the Ross’s Goose, the Bar-headed Goose,18 Swifts, 20 Swallows, 12 House Martins and a Cetti’s Warbler with young. (Nick Goatman).
Coombe Hill Meadows This evening a male and juvenile Whinchat, a juvenile Stonechat, seven Green Sandpipers, a juvenile Little Ringed Plover, a Redshank, a Snipe, 66 Greylags roosted, two Yellow Wagtails and a Yellowhammer. (Ian Hull).