Wednesday 13th October 2010 IoS Bird Reports

Black-eared Wheatear still on the Garrison, Olive-backed Pipit Mount Todden, Subalpine Warbler on Bryher and Pallas’s Warbler in Old Town Churchyard.

European Storm-petrel – 2 on a pelagic.

Spoonbill – 3 over the Garrison.

Marsh Harrier – 2 Samson.

Jack Snipe – 2 Porth Hellick Pool, 2 Lower Moors and 1 Bryher.

Grey Phalarope – 5 on a pelagic trip.

Turtle Dove – 1 Porth Mellon.

Short-eared Owl – 1 on Bryher.

Wryneck – 1 Carn Friars, 1 Toll’s Island, 1 Gugh and 1 St. Martin’s.

Great Spotted Woodpecker – 1 “Dump Clump”.

Red-throated Pipit – 1 flew over Borough Farm, Tresco.

Ring Ouzel – 3 on St. Mary’s, 3 on Bryher, 2 on St. Martin’s and 4 on St.Agnes.

Mistle Thrush – 1 Pelistry and 1 on St. Martin’s.

Cetti’s Warbler – 1 on St. Agnes and one caught and ringed on St. Mary’s.

Icterine Warbler – 1 Bryher and 1 St. Martin’s.

Yellow-browed Warbler – 1 on St. Agnes,3 on St. Martin’s and 2 Porth Hellick ( one of which was caught and ringed).

Firecrest – 12 on the islands – 3 were caught and ringed on St. Mary’s.

Red-breasted Flycatcher – 1 on St. Martin’s 1 on Bryher.

Common Crossbill – 1 Garrison.

Common Rosefinch – 1 Tremeleten Trail, 1 St.Agnes and 1 St. Martin’s.

Lapland Bunting- 3 St. Mary’s, 1 Bryher and 1 St. Martin’s.

Snow Bunting – 1 Giant’s Castle, 1 Garrison and 2 Porth Hellick Down.

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