WWT Slimbridge An immature SPOONBILL from Estuary Tower, feeding in the pill box pool at 7:55am and later on the Rushy. (Martin McGill). At least eight Swifts over the playground. The Spotted Redshank still on the Rushy. A Turnstone, 16 Ringed Plovers, a Sanderling, 100 Dunlins and three Whimbrels with the Curlews from Mid Point. A juvenile Marsh Harrier and four Garganeys from Zeiss hide. (Roberta Goodall/Andy Jayne/Mark Hobson/Paul Masters).
Bourton-on-the-Water A pair of Whitethroats with a late brood. Hobbies starting to fledge in the Cotswolds today. (photo taken under license). (Richard Tyler).
Whitethroat by Richard Tyler
Hobby by Richard Tyler
Cotswold Water Park East Two pairs of Red Crested Pochard at Whelford Pools this morning on Pits 111 and 126. (Helen Bojaniwska).
Coombe Hill Meadows This afternoon a Little Ringed Plover, three Dunlins, three Green Sandpipers, a Common Sandpiper, numerous Teal and a Wigeon. (Eric Harris).
Stinchcombe Hill A first-winter Wheatear this evening. (James Robinson).
Nailsworth At least 46 Swifts flying S, and a pair still feeding young in a nest, though these may have vacated the nest site this afternoon. Also a male Peregrine hunting over the valley this evening. (Terry Grant). At Ruskin Mill a pair of Little Grebes with two young, three Grey Herons and a Little Egret. At Ozleworth a Red Kite. (Paul Sutton).
Stonehouse A Little Grebe, c40 House Martins, a Buzzard, a Kingfisher at Skew Bridge and a female Roe deer and two fawns. (Paul Sutton).
Roe Deer and fawns by Paul Sutton
Frampton A Buzzard from the gate at Splatt Bridge today. (Nigel Young).