WWT Slimbridge A juvenile RED-NECKED PHALAROPE on the river from the Estuary Tower feeding with the wader flock at 10am this morning though very distant. Also 650+ Dunlins and Ringed Plovers, four Sanderlings, three Ruff, 90+ Curlews, eight Little Egrets, an Oystercatcher, a Great White Egret flew N and two Lesser Whitethroats below the hide. (Neil Smart). A Wood Sandpiper on South Lake this morning. (Keith Davies). The juvenile SPOONBILL from Mid Point this morning. (Roberta Goodall).
Coombe Hill Meadows This morning a Little Stint, a very scarce bird for the Hams. (Ian Ralphs). Also two Yellow Wagtails, a Great White Egret, a Little Egret, a Water Rail, six Whinchats, three Stonechats, a Green Sandpiper, a Ringed Plover, a Little Ringed Plover, a Dunlin and small passage of Swallows and martins. (Ian Ralphs/Les Ditchburn).
Berkeley shore This morning a Whimbrel, nine Common Sandpipers, five Wheatears, six Yellow Wagtails and two Sand Martins. 53 Redshanks and two Common Sandpipers in the Pill. (Paul Taylor).
Frampton A Swift over the garden today. (Nick Goatman).
Sharpness shore This afternoon three Wheatears, seven Curlews, 30+ Redshanks, Meadow Pipits, Skylarks and an Oystercatcher. (Mike Davis).
Hardwicke A Willow Warbler in the garden this morning, a garden tick, and a Chiffchaff bathing and catching insects around the pond in the afternoon. (Sue Beynon)
Stonehouse Two Kingfishers at Ryeford, a pair of Buzzards over, a Grey Wagtail and Brown Hawkers and Emperors between Bridgend and Ryeford. (Paul Sutton).