St. Mary’s – The American Buff-bellied Pipit and the Lapland Bunting were still on the end of Peninnis. Single Yellow- browed Warblers were at Porth Minnick, Rocky Hills, Higher Moors & Upper Broome on the Garrison and the Barred Warbler was still below the turning circle on the coastal side of the airfield, with the Wryneck still nearby. The Ortolan Bunting & the Little Stint were still at Porthcressa and the Aquatic Warbler was still at Porthloo Duck Pond. The juvenile Rose-coloured Starling was still in the Porth Hellick/Carn Friars area and Jack Snipe was flushed from the path from Porth Hellick to Salakee Farm. A Red-breasted Flycatcher was on Higher Moors, a Grasshopper Warbler was at Holy Vale and a Ruff & a Ring Ouzel were on the Golf Course.

Tresco – The Dotterel was still on Castle Down, a Jack Snipe was at Borough Farm, an Osprey flew over the Great Pool and a Sooty Shearwater flew past the north end of the island.

St. Martins – The juvenile Rose-coloured Starling was still present and also on the island were 4 Lapland Buntings, 5 Yellow Wagtails, a Whinchat, a Common Redstart. A Little Gull was over Broad Ledge southwest of the island 2 Common Scoters were off Lower Town and 9 Pale-bellied Brent Geese were off Higher Town.

St. Agnes – The Ortolan Bunting was still at Periglis and a Red-breasted Flycatcher was at Cove Vean.

Gugh – A Yellow-browed Warbler, a Ring Ouzel and a Jack Snipe.

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