The Blue Rock Thrush was still on Peninnis but there was no sign of the White-rumped Sandpiper 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 Subalpine Warbler was still on St. Agnes where there was also a newly arrived Spotted Sandpiper at Porth Killier.
The 2 Pink-footed Geese were still at Kittydown and another flew over the Garrison towards Samson, the Mandarin was again on Porth Hellick Pool, the Garganey, 2 Pochard & the Scaup were still on the Great Pool, Tresco, a Common Scoter flew past Peninnis and 2 Great Northern Diver were off Watermill. A Manx Shearwater & a European Storm-petrel were seen from Peninnis, 3 Spoonbill were on Green Island, Samson, the Spotted Crake was still in Lower Moors, 2 Grey Phalarope were off the Daymark, St. Martin’s & 1 was seen from the Scillonian III, 9 Mediterranean Gull were in Porthcressa Bay, a Turtle Dove was on St. Agnes, single Merlin were seen from Sunnyside, Porthcressa and St. Martin’s. The Red-backed Shrike was still near Old Town Church, 7 Yellow-browed Warbler were on St. Mary’s & 1 was on St. Martin’s and there were just 2 Firecrest reported, 1 at Longstone & 1 in Holy Vale. Red-breasted Flycatchers were in the Dump Clump, in the Parsonage, St. Agnes & at Borough Farm, Tresco, Common Redstart were seen on Peninnis, at Halangy, at Telegraph & on St. Martin’s, 3 Whinchat were on St. Mary’s & 1 was on St. Martin’s and 7 Wheatear were on St. Mary’s with 3 on St. Agnes. 3 Siskin were at Trenoweth and Snow Buntings were at Bar Point, on St. Agnes & on Tresco.