A Red-eyed Vireo showed very well on the coastal path between Old Town Church and Peninnis, before moving to the bottom of the Peninnis Farm Trail. Yesterday’s Blue-winged Teal had relocated from St. Agnes to Porth Hellick Pool, where it showed on and off all day. The Blue Rock Thrush continued to give fleeting and sporadic views on the Old Town side of Peninnis and the Green-winged Teal? was still on Newford Duck Pond. There was a possible sighting of the Yellow-billed Cuckoo mid-afternoon in Lower Moors.

The 2 Pink-footed Geese were still at Kittydown/Porth Hellick & another was on St. Agnes. 2 Tufted Duck were on the Great Pool, Tresco, a Spoonbill was in Tresco Channel, the Spotted Crake was still in Lower Moors, a Dotterel was on the airfield, a Black-tailed Godwit was at Porthcressa & another was on St. Agnes, a Bar-tailed Godwit was at Bar Point, 9 Mediterranean Gull were at Porthloo & 21 were in Tresco Channel, a Yellow-legged Gull was on St. Agnes, a Turtle Dove was at Sandy Banks and one was on St. Agnes, a Wryneck was on Peninnis,  Single Merlin were seen on St. Mary’s, Tresco & St. Agnes, a late Hobby was over Lower Moors, Red-backed Shrikes were near Old Town Church, on the Garrison & on Bryher, the Short-toed Lark was still on Tresco Heliport, 8 Yellow-browed Warbler were on St. Mary’s & 1 was on Tresco, there were 4 Firecrest on St. Mary’s, 2 on St. Agnes & 1 on Tresco, a Redwing was on Peninnis, single Pied Flycatcher were at Rosehill & on St. Martin’s, Redstarts were on Carn Friars Farm, Bryher & Gugh, there were still a few Whinchat & Wheatear, a Yellow Wagtail was at the Riding Stables & another was on the airfield and finally single Snow Buntings were on Peninnis, St. Martin’s & Tresco.