The Red-eyed Vireo was still at Old Town Church. The Rose-breasted Grosbeak was still on St. Martin’s but continued to be very mobile and elusive. The Blue Rock Thrush was still elusive on the Garrison and the Yellow-billed Cuckoo was still in the Dump Clump. The White-rumped Sandpiper was still on Toll’s Porth. The Blue-winged Teal was still on Porth Hellick Pool and the Green-winged Teal was still at Newford Duckpond. The Short-toed Lark was still on Pungies Lane and the Subalpine Warbler was still on St. Agnes.
The 2 Pink-footed Geese were still on Kittydown, the Scaup was still on the Great Pool, Tresco & 5 Great Northern Diver were seen in waters around St. Mary’s. 3 Spoonbills were on St. Martin’s & 1 was on Green Island Samson, the Spotted Crake was still in Lower Moors, a Grey Plover was on St. Martin’s & single Bar-tailed Godwit were on Porthloo Beach & on St. Agnes. 4 Mediterranean Gull were at Porthcressa, 6 were on Tresco & 1 was on Bryher, a Turtle dove was near the dump, a Wryneck was on St. Agnes & a Merlin was on Gugh. The Red-backed Shrike was still in the field immediately south of Old Town Church, there was a noticeable increase in Yellow-browed Warbler, 16 were on St. Mary’s, 3 were on Tresco & 2 were on St. Martin’s, 8 Firecrest were on St. Mary’s, 1 was on Bryher & 1 was on St.Martin’s. Fresh in were 4 Ring Ouzel on St. Mary’s & 1 on St. Martin’s, a Red-breasted Flycatcher was in the Dump Clump & a Pied Flycatcher was in Carreg Dhu Gardens, a Black Redstart was on Newford Island, Porthloo, 3 Common Redstart were on St.Mary’s and there was still a scattering of Whinchat & Wheatear. A Yellow Wagtail was on the Garrison, a Snow Bunting and a Lapland Bunting were on St. Agnes.