Sunday’s birds were:
St. Mary’s – A Roseate Tern was in Hugh Town Harbour, it was ringed and from initial enquiries it was ringed in 2013 at Rockabill, Ireland. Also on St. Mary’s 7 Dunlins were on Porthcressa Beach, a Common Swift was over the Garrison and a Merlin was at Rocky Hills.
St. Agnes – The Woodchat Shrike was still on Wingletang Down and an Osprey flew over. Also on the island were 2 Common Swifts, 20 Whimbrels, a Bar-tailed Godwit, 16 Wheatears, a Cuckoo, a Black Redstart, a White Wagtail and a Firecrest.
Monday’s birds were:
St. Martin’s – The Laughing Gull, 2 Richard’s Pipits and a Ring Ouzel.
St. Mary’s – A Hawfinch was in Old Town Churchyard & then Hugh Town and 11 Dunlins were at Porthcressa.
St. Agnes – A Dunlin, an Iceland Gull, 2 White Wagtails, 2 Cuckoos, a Merlin and a Firecrest.
Tuesday’s birds were:
St. Mary’s – An Iceland Gull was in Porthcressa Bay and 3 Whimbrels were on the island.
Tresco – What was probably the same Iceland Gull as the one seen on St. Mary’s was on Abbey Pool also on the island was a Black-tailed Godwit.
Bryher – A Bar-tailed Godwit, 4 Dunlins and a Turtle Dove.
St. Agnes – A Merlin, a Cuckoo and a Black Redstart