Cotswold Water Park East The TEMMINCK’S STINT again today on Pit 132 at SU 17384 97651. Other birds today included a Snipe, six Dunlins, three Greenshanks, five Green Sandpipers, three Common Sandpipers, two Ruff, a Ringed Plover, two Lapwings, five Shovelers, three Tufted Ducks, 153 Teal, 215 Canada Geese, eight Greylags, 25 Mute Swans, three Cormorants, a Grey Heron, a Great White Egret, two Hobbies, a Kestrel, two Sand Martins, a Blackcap, two Chiffchaffs and two Green Woodpeckers. (Paul Masters/Jake King/John Fletcher/Tim Jukes).
Purton This morning a Greenshank, three Black-tailed Godwits, a Common Sandpiper, two Golden Plovers, two Wheatears, three Lesser Whitethroats, 55 Swallows and two Yellow Wagtails. (Francis Steuck).
Berkeley shore A Great White Egret flew E over the Pill/Hamfields towards Berkeley town at 7:23am. (Paul Taylor).
Hock Ditch to Hope Pill, Arlingham This afternoon four Little Egrets, 27 Curlews Awre side, 14 Curlews in Fretherne fields and six at Arlingham, four Common Sandpipers together, a Greenshank heard, two Sparrowhawks, a Whinchat, two juvenile Stonechats, four Chiffchaffs, 30+ Goldfinches, 30+ Sand Martins, a Swallow, 150+ Starlings, two Yellow Wagtails and a Little Owl. (MK).
Whinchat by Mike King
Little Owl by Mike King
Tuffley Three late Swifts circling over the garden briefly at 6:30pm. (John Fletcher).
Gloucester Two Swifts over Over this afternoon. (Andy Jayne).
Slimbridge A Peregrine on the church this morning. (Lise Presland).
Stanley Downton This morning 250+ Starlings on wires over the sewage works. A female Wheatear on the railway embankment, four Swallows and a Raven over harassed by Jackdaws. (Paul Sutton).