St. Mary’s – The Bee-eater was seen early morning in a tree along Old Town Lane before flying off towards Lower Moors where it was seen at 12:15. The Spotted Crake was still in Lower Moors and the first Swift of the year flew over there and a Wood Warbler was heard singing. A Common Redstart was in Salakee fields, a Common Whitethroat was near Star Castle, 3 Ring Ouzels were in fields below the Golf Course, 2 Tree Pipitswere at Tremelethen and another was on Old Town Lane.

Bryher – A Wood Warbler, a Whinchat, a Common Redstart, a Black Redstart 3 Ring Ouzels and 4 Tree Pipits.

St. Agnes  – The Bee-eater was seen over Wingletang and Troy Town early afternoon, also on the island was a Common Redstart,  a Ring Ouzel and a Rook.

Annet – The first European Storm- Petrel of the year was seen off-shore

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