The Blue Rock Thrush was seen several times on  Peninnis but again was very flighty and elusive.

A Nightjar species flew over the Garrison campsite at 07:35 and was not seen again

The putative female type Green-winged Teal  on Newford Duck Pond remains under discussion

The 2 Pink-footed Geese were around the north of St. Mary’s, a Balearic Shearwater was seen from the Scillonian III, the 6 Spoonbill  were still on Green Island Samson, Little Egrets seemed to be back with 3 in Old Town Bay, 2 on Tresco & 1 on Teän, a very confiding Spotted Crake was in Lower Moors, a Grey Phalarope was seen from the Scillonian III, 6 Mediterranean Gulls were reported from St. Mary’s and 2 from Tresco, a Great Skua flew past Peninnis, a Turtle Dove was on St. Agnes, a Wryneck was on Peninnis south & another was on St. Agnes,  single Merlin were at Porthloo & old Town, the Red-backed Shrike & the Melodious Warbler  were still in the field next to Old Town Churchyard, the Short-toed Lark & the Ortolan Bunting were still on Tresco Heliport, 7Yellow-browed Warblers were on St. Mary’s and 3 were on St. Martin’s, a Garden Warbler was on Sallyport, the Cetti’s Warbler was still at Porth Hellick, 6 Firecrest were reported on St. Mary’s, a female Ring Ouzel was on Toll’s hill, a Pied Flycatchers was on St. Martin’s, a Red-breasted Flycatcher was in the Fruit Cage, St. Agnes, a Common Redstart was on Carn Friars Farm & another at Porth Minnick, where there was also a Black Redstart, 7 Whinchats were on St.Mary’s, and  Wheatear numbers were down, with only 8 reported on St. Mary’s, a Yellow Wagtail was on the airfield, flyover Crossbill where seen at Longstone, the Dump Clump, Watermill & Sunnyside, a Reed bunting was in the Standing Stones Field, Lower Moors  and a Snow Bunting was near the Daymark, St. Martin’s.