Tuesday 1st November 2011 IoS Bird Reports

St. Mary’s – A Great Reed Warbler was trapped ringed and released at Porth Hellick, also in the area were a Yellow-browed Warbler, a Whinchat and a Great Spotted Woodpecker. A Serin was seen in Old Town Churchyard and the Dusky Warbler was still in the wood by Shooters’ Pool, Lower Moors. 7 Mediterranean Gulls & 3 Black Restarts were at Porthloo and 2 Black Redstarts and a Whinchat were on Porth Mellon. Yellow-browed Warblers were at Holy Vale, Newford Duck Pond and Content Lane. There were 4 Firecrests at Lower Broome and another was at Content.

St. Agnes – The Olive-Backed Pipit, the Pallas’s Warbler & the Central Asian Lesser Whitethroat were all still present and also on the island were a Scaup, Yellow-browed Warbler, a Firecrest & a Lapland Bunting.

Tresco – The White-rumped Sandpiper, the Lesser Yellowlegs, the Pectoral Sandpiper and the Spotted Crake were all still on the island.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.