HIGHLIGHTS: Two Roseate Terns at New Passage (28th) were the first county records since 2001. PORTISHEAD & CLEVEDON: There was a Great Skua (20th) and Storm Petrel (21st). Whimbrel, Bar-tailed Godwit and Little Stints were noted. Four Grasshoppers Warblers were ringed (27th). An Osprey was seen (11th). SEVERNSIDE: There were four Storm Petrels (4th), six (21st) and two (22nd). There was a Fulmar (4th), Great Skuas (13th, 20th & 22nd), a record 23 Shags (22nd), Gannet (22nd) and Black Terns (21st, 22nd & 31st). There was a good passage of Curlew Sandpipers (from 20th), with Ruff (9th, 11th, 26th & 31st), Little Stint (25th) and Spotted Redshank (31st). Garganey (from 25th) was unusual. There were Marsh Harriers (6th & 27th). THE RESERVOIRS: A Gannet at Blagdon (21st) moved to Chew (22nd-24th). Great White Egrets were at Blagdon (18th & 22nd) and Chew (19th & 21st-22nd). Blagdon hosted a Turnstone (3rd), Garganey (from 11th), Black-necked Grebe (from 22nd), Little Gull (23rd) and Knot (26th). Chew had eight Black, eight Little and 67 Common Terns, plus Wood Sandpipers (3rd & 9th), Common Scoter (7th), Caspian Gull (9th), Marsh Harriers (16th-17th & 27th), three Garganey (from 18th), Little Gull (19th-22nd), Black-necked Grebes (19th & 28th), Ruff (23rd) and Grey Plover (27th). WESTON-SUPER-MARE: Wood Warbler (9th) was unusual. There were 25 Yellow Wagtails (31st). OTHER SITES: Red Kites were at Tortworth (11th), Marshfield (14th), Chew (15th) and Blagdon (17th). There was a harrier sp. at Marshfield (12th), a Pied Flycatcher at Lower Woods (14th) and a Great White Egret over Staple Hill, Bristol (22nd).