The Blue Rock Thrush was still ranging from Morning Point to the Steval, proving vary illusive and not was seen after mid-morning.

The Rustic Bunting showed on and off in afield adjacent to Longstone Cottage and rewarded those with patience with cracking views.

A Richard’s Pipit was photographed on St. Agnes.

Other birds of note were a European Storm-petrel of St. Agnes, a Dotterel on the airfield, a Jack Snipe at Porth Hellick Pool, 5 Grey Phalarope seen near the islands form the Scillonian III, 21 Mediterranean Gull (14 Tresco Channel & 7 on the Great Pool), a Great Skua from the Scillonian III, an Arctic Skua through St. Mary’s Sound, single Turtle Doves at Longstone & Lower Moors, a Red-backed Shrike & a Melodious Warbler in fields near Old Town Church, an Ortolan Bunting & a Short-toed Lark on Tresco Heliport, 2 Firecrest on the Garrison & 2 in Carreg Dhu Gardens, the Cetti’s Warbler was still near the Stephen Sussex hide at Porth Hellick, single Pied Flycatchers on Peninnis & in Carreg Dhu Gardens, a smattering of Whinchats & Wheatears around the islands. Single Lapland buntings were on the airfield and Bryher, a Snow Bunting was on St. Agnes and finally a Scilly scarcity, a female Bullfinch was near Bant’s Carn.