WHITE’S THRUSH – The second of the autumn proved to be just as elusive as the first, it was seen briefly in the Parsonage Garden early morning and at dusk.

Subalpine Warbler – 1 still at Longstone.

Radde’s Warbler – 1 at Covean, St. Agnes.

Pallas’s Warbler – 2 in the Parsonage Garden, St. Agnes.

Rose-coloured Starling – 1 still around Buzza Hill.

Spotted Crake – 1 still in Lower Moors

Yellow-browed Warbler – 3 on St. Mary’s.

Firecrest – 2 Carreg Dhu Gardens. 1 Sunnyside and 1 on St. Agnes.

Sooty Shearwater – 1 was seen in Scillonian waters on the crossing from Penzance to St. Mary’s

Woodcock – 1 St. Agnes.

Short-eared Owl – 1 seen from the Scillonian flying onto St. Mary’s.

Black Redstart – 2 on Porthloo Beach, 1 Porth Mellon and 2 on St. Agnes.

Brambling – 1 Longstone.

Reed Bunting – 1 Port Hellick.

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