An American Buff-bellied Pipit was found on St. Martin’s in the morning and relocated to St. Mary’s in the afternoon, where it was seen at Borough Farm before flying towards Newford. The Red-eyed Vireo was still in field hedges south of Old Town Church and the Blue Rock Thrush put its usual fleeting appearance, this time on the coast below the airfield. The putative Green-winged Teal was still on Newford Duck Pond.

The 2 Pink-footed Geese were seen at Kittydown & on Porth Hellick Pool, the Spotted Crake was still in Lower Moors, the Dotterel was still on the airfield & 1 was on St. Martin’s, 6 Mediterranean Gulls were at Porthloo & 3 were in the harbour, the Turtle Dove  was still at Sandy Banks, single Wrynecks were on Peninnis & St. Agnes, a female Merlin was over the airfield, the Red-backed Shrike was still near Old Town Church,  the Short-toed Lark was still on Tresco Heliport, 4 Yellow-browed Warblers  were on St. Mary’s, the Cetti’s Warbler was still at Porth Hellick, 5 Firecrest were on St. Mary’s, single Whinchat were on Pungies Lane & in Holy Vale, only 8 Wheatear were reported from St. Mary’s, 2 Yellow Wagtail were at Longstone, 3 Snow Bunting were on St. Martin, 1 was on Tresco & 1 was on Peninnis.