WWT Slimbridge An OSPREY flew over South Lake at 12:25pm heading N. (Ian Hull). Also today from Middle Point three Grey Plovers, three Whimbrels and three immature SPOONBILLS. (Paul Masters).
Broadoak An OSPREY. presumed the same, reported taking a fish at 5pm and then settling on the sands to eat it, harassed by gulls and corvids. (per Andy Jayne).
Frampton On Court Lake a late Common Sandpiper, a Common Tern, six Great Crested Grebes and the Black Swan. A Kingfisher, a Cuckoo and a Whitethroat taking food into a nest at Splatt Bridge. (Paul Sutton).
Common Sandpiper by Paul Sutton
Chavenage Lane area A food-carrying Barn Owl, hunting during the afternoon, five Corn Buntings and three pairs of Whitethroats feeding young. (Terry Grant).
Saul Warth This afternoon a pair of Avocets, 11 Oystercatchers, two Curlews, a pair of Shelducks with nine ducklings, four Grey Herons, a Little Egret, a Grey Wagtail and a Whitethroat. (MK).
Coombe Hill Meadows Two Dunlins, four Redshanks, two Little Ringed Plovers, a Little Egret, two Avocets with four chicks, a pair of Yellow Wagtails, a Garden Warbler and Cuckoo, Sedge Warbler, Reed Bunting, Whitethroat and Swallow. (Jeremy Holland). Additionally this evening two Mute Swans with seven cygnets, 22 Canada Geese in to roost, three Shelducks, 50 Mallards, two male Shovelers, three Tufted Ducks, a Great White Egret (with red ring on left leg reading AAR up in white letters), two Grey Herons, c6 Lapwings with at least three chicks, a pair of Oystercatchers with one chick, a summer plumage Dunlin, 11 Curlews came in to roost, three with colour rings and 4+ Redshanks. (Mike Smart).
Tewkesbury On Severn Ham two Mute Swans by Abbey Mill with two cygnets, 40 Mallard (Mill Avon), a Peregrine hunting, later perching on the Abbey tower, a Curlew, ten House Martins collecting mud for nests, 10+ singing Skylarks, a female Yellow Wagtail, a Reed Warbler, a Sedge Warbler, three Blackcaps, at least ten Starlings in a flock including fledged young and at least six male Reed Buntings. (Mike Smart).