Cotswold Water Park West An OSPREY flew over the Spine Road towards Pit 16 at 4:50pm. (Greg Mabbett). Four Swifts and a male Cuckoo at Pit 43 this evening. (Dot Jones/Simon Ashley/Ken Cservenka).
Forest of Dean A SWIFT over the garden at Cinderford early morning. (Owen Follis).
Frampton A SWIFT over the Sailing Lake at 9:15am. Also two Common Sandpipers, two Swallows, two House Martins, 20+ Sand Martins, 19 Tufted Ducks and a Cetti’s Warbler. At Splatt Bridge this morning the Grasshopper Warbler showed occasionally, two Common Sandpipers, a Curlew, a Little Egret, a Great White Egret, six Swallows, six Sand Martins, a pair of Mistle Thrushes, two Cetti’s Warblers and a Lesser Whitethroat. (MK). At lunchtime the Swift still, 20+ House Martins, 10+ Swallows, 100+ Sand Martins, a Shelduck, a Lesser Whitethroat, two Cetti’s Warblers and a Reed Bunting. (Nick Goatman).
Common Sandpiper by Mike King
Saul Warth This evening four Curlews, 16 Whimbrels, five Bar-tailed Godwits, 50+ Dunlins, ten Ringed Plovers, nine Sanderlings, six House Martins, five Swallows and a Sand Martin. (Gordon Hodgson).
Purton VisMig (visible migration) this evening included 104 Swallows, nine House Martins, two Sand Martin, a Hobby, two Whimbrels, two Ringed Plovers, a Bar-tailed Godwit, a Dunlin and two Yellow Wagtails. (Francis Steuck).
Frocester A Hobby flew towards Leonard Stanley at 4:30pm. (Jon Dexter).
Halmore The first Cuckoo heard around Red Wood yesterday and again briefly near Halmore Farm this morning. (Chris Newton).
Tresham Early evening three Wheatears, a Yellow Wagtail, a Corn Bunting, a pair of Stonechat, a Yellowhammer and two Swallows. (Paul Rich).
Coombe Hill Meadows A Lesser Whitethroat, c100 House Martins through, two Snipe and a Redshank today. (Duncan Dine).
Kempley Seven Red Kites drifted over at 3:15pm. (Robin Turner).