Monday 15th to Sunday 21st December 2014 IoS Bird Sightings

Eastern Black Redstart 1 , Shark's Pit, 01.12.14, Martin GoodeyMonday’s birds were:

St. Mary’s – The Eastern Black Redstart was still at Shark’s Pit.

Tresco – A Long-tailed Duck was off New Grimsby and a Black-necked Grebe was in Appletree Bay.

Bryher – A Long-eared Owl was at Vine Farm

Tuesday’s Birds were:

St. Mary’s – The Eastern Black Redstart was still at Shark’s Pit, a Yellow-browed Warbler was at Rosehill and single Firecrests were near Porthloo Duck Pond and the Telegraph Road entrance to Lower Moors.

Wednesday’s birds were:

St. Mary’s – The Eastern Black Redstart was still at Shark’s Pit.

Thursday’s birds were:

St. Mary’s – The Eastern Black Redstart was still at Shark’s Pit and 5 Black Redstarts were at Porthcressa/Little Porth

Friday’s birds were:

St. Mary’s – The Eastern Black Redstart was still at Shark’s Pit, 3 adult Common Gulls and 2 Black Redstarts were on Porthloo Beach. A very unexpected and unseasonal Wryneck was on Peninnis Head.

Samson – A Spoonbill was on Green Island.

Saturday’s birds were:.

St. Mary’s – The Eastern Black Redstart was still at Shark’s Pit.

Samson – The Spoonbill was still on Green Island.

Sunday’s birds were:.

St. Mary’s – The Eastern Black Redstart was still at Shark’s Pit and an Iceland Gull was at the Municipal Tip.

Tresco – A Barnacle Goose was on Simpson’s Field

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