Saul Warth This morning at high tide c400 Dunlins, c350 Ringed Plover c350 and c50 Sanderling, six Curlews, three Whimbrels, four Oystercatchers, two Common Terns, a second calendar year LITTLE GULL and a Yellow Wagtail. (Gordon Hodgson/MK). Also a Turnstone. (Richard Baatsen).
WWT Slimbridge Two SPOONBILLS seen from Estuary Hide on the Top New Piece at Zeiss hide. A GARGANEY and a Greenshank on the Bottom New Piece. (Jeanne Vitkovskis). A LITTLE GULL and a second calendar year Mediterranean Gull on South Lake. (Ken Mihill).
Coombe Hill Meadows This morning three Mute Swans, two Greylags, ten Canada Geese including a family party with five goslings, a Shelduck, three Gadwalls, 20 Mallards, a Grey Heron, a Little Egret, a Great White Egret, two Coots, four Avocets, two Oystercatchers with two small chicks, three Ringed Plovers, at least three Little Ringed Plovers, c10 Lapwings including a brood of four chicks, three Curlews, four Redshanks, a Cuckoo, at least two singing Redstarts, a Cetti’s Warbler, a Reed Warbler, three Sedge Warblers, two Whitethroats, a Yellowhammer and several Reed Buntings. (Mike Smart).
Aylburton A Spotted Flycatcher and a House Martin back on Lower Common today. (Martin Vaisey).
Purton This morning vismig limited to six Swallows, five Swifts, two Sand Martins, a House Martin and a Yellow Wagtail. Dawn chorus included Garden Warbler and Cuckoo and a second calendar year Mediterranean Gull on the river. (Francis Steuck).
Charlton Kings Common A Cuckoo, a Garden Warbler, a Grasshopper Warbler, a Lesser Whitethroat, four Whitethroats, four Chiffchaffs, five Tree Pipits, and nine Willow Warbler. (Chris Furley).
Painswick 415 Swifts heading N over the garden between 9:30-11 am. A Red Kite drifted SW at 10:32am. (John Fleming).
Gotherington Three Swifts over this morning and a Painted Lady nearby on Cleeve Hill. (Richard Williams).
Gloucester At Robinswood Hill at 2:45pm a Raven family (2 ad + 3 noisy juvs) likely the local breeders at SO835150 near the quarry. (Ian Elphick).
Maisemore Church Road and Court Lake to the weir this afternoon a Kingfisher, male and female Tufted Ducks, 17 Mallards, 14 Coots, 11 Moorhens, two Mute Swans, two Sand Martins, six Swallows, eight Long-tailed Tits, two Chiffchaffs, three Blackcaps, a Song Thrush, a Green Woodpecker and seven Banded Demoiselles. (John Fletcher).
Lydney From the garden in Bishop Mead 40+ Swifts, 48 House Martin, ten Buzzards, a Sparrowhawk, a Great Black-backed Gull, 69 Feral Pigeons, two Stock Doves, four Ravens, a Song Thrush, a Greenfinch, seven Starlings, two Long-tailed Tits, a Pied Wagtail, a House Sparrow and Small White and Peacock butterflies. (Stephen Curtis & Carol Rushton).