WWT Slimbridge A GLOSSY IBIS on a field to the N of the entrance road near the canal at 2:30pm. Three Dark-bellied Brent Geese on the Dumbles on the river edge and three Avocets on South Lake. (Seb Buckton). Also today a Marsh Harrier circling over the 50 Acre, two Cattle Egrets back in to the South Lake for the pre-roost, a wild female Goldeneye in with the collection birds SW side of the Big Pen, a Chiffchaff along the Decoy Boardwalk and a Ringed Plover on the Tack Piece. (Martin McGill/Dot Jones).
Cirencester At least five, probably seven Hawfinches in Oakley Wood, Cirencester Park this afternoon 1 at SO973033 and 4, probably 6, at SO977025. Also 50+ Bramblings, 20+ Siskins, three Marsh Tits, a singing Mistle Thrush and two singing Song Thrushes. (Jon Mercer).
Hawfinch by Jon Mercer
Cotswold Water Park West A SCAUP still on Pit 43. (David Creber).
Cotswold Water Park East At Pit 132 5+ Chiffchaffs by the sewage works and 400 Teal, 250 Lapwings and Golden Plovers, a Green Sandpiper and two Great White Egrets. (Duncan Dine).
Sharpness A male BLACK REDSTART still this afternoon at the end of Dock Road. (Andy Jordan).
Gloucester A BLACK REDSTART showed well by the front door of the Cathedral at 12:45pm. (Michael S, @ChaffChampion). A Peregrine on top of the Cathedral at 9:15am. (Paul Watkins).
Peregrine by Paul Watkins
Forest of Dean A few Bramblings in a mixed finch flock on Serridge Ridge this afternoon. (Geoff Fawcett). 3+ Hawfinches at Parkend today by the Cricket Pitch at 11am. Also at Cannop Ponds, a Marsh Tit on the feeders. (David Jackson).
Coombe Hill Meadows The Russian White-fronted Goose still today. (Ian Ralphs).
Roel This afternoon c200 Fieldfares in a brassica field near the Roel Grain Store, two Buzzards, a female Kestrel, a Skylark heard, a Yellowhammer and a Tawny Owl calling at 2pm. (Andrew & Gill Worthington).
Chavenage Lane Two Stonechats, 70+ Fieldfares and a male Peregrine flying over, which was later seen perched on a wall at Barton End. (Terry Grant).
Cranham At Cranham Common and Saltridge Woods this morning a Little Grebe on the ponds at Brook Farm Trout Fishery, visible from the public footpath that runs N of the trout farm, a Grey Heron nearby at the stream at Gladys’ Leap, and a Mistle Thrush at the NW corner of the Common. (Caroline Quinn).
Hardwicke A garden Sparrowhawk today. (Nigel Young).