Hundreds of Wheatears on the islands e.g. 160+ on Bryher and 160+ just around Carn Morvel on the Golf Course.

St. Mary’s – A Bee-eater was found early afternoon near the School car park, it was then seen flying towards the Garrison and was hawking over Lower Moors in the evening. The Spotted Crake was still in Lower Moors, 3 Ring Ouzels were on the edge of the Golf Course, 1 was at Trewince, 3 were on Peninnis and 3 were on the Garrison where  there was also a female Common Redstart and a Rook. A Green Sandpiper was on Porth Hellick Pool and it or another flew over Bant’s Carn.

St. Agnes – The Chough, the Rook, 2 Tree Pipits and 3 Common Sandpipers.

St. Martin’s – A Wryneck and a Ring Ouzel.

Bryher – The first Wood Warbler Whinchat of the year, a Tree Pipit, 6 White Wagtails and a Black Redstart.

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