Tuesday 8th November 2011 IoS Bird Reports

St. Mary’s – Lower Moors again held the lion’s share of birds, where the Northern Waterthrush, the Great Reed Warbler and the Wilson’s Snipe were all still present, Also there were a Jack Snipe, a Yellow-browed Warbler, a Firecrest, a Reed Bunting, a Kingfisher and 31 Lapwings flew over. 2 Black Redstarts were at Porthloo and 1 was at Porthcressa. Single Yellow-browed Warblers were at Carreg Dhu Gardens, Rosehill and Newford Duck Pond, a Siberian Chiffchaff was at Porth Hellick, 2 Firecrests were along Porthloo Lane and 2 Firecrests were in Carreg Dhu Gardens. On the Garrison an Eider was of Morning Point, a Purple Sandpiper was on rocks below Steval and a near summer plumage Great Northern Diver was offshore from the Steval.

St. Agnes – The Central Asian Lesser Whitethroat, the Green-winged Teal, and the Ruddy Shelduck were all still there and also present was a Jack Snipe and a Lapland Bunting.

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