There was a bit of a clear out overnight , there was no sign of Red-eyed Vireo, the Rose-breasted Grosbeak, the Yellow-billed Cuckoo, the Short-toed Lar , the Red-throated Pipit or Common Rosefinch. The Blue  Rock Thrush was still on Peninnis, 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 Subalpine Warbler was still on St. Agnes. A probable Red-throated Pipit flew over the Riding Stables mid-afternoon.

The 2 Pink-footed Geese were still on Kittydown & another flew from St. Martin’s to St. Mary’s. the Garganey & the Scaup still on Tresco, the Mandarin was seen in the morning on Porth Hellick Pool and the summer-plumage Great Northern Diver was still near Toll’s Island. A Balearic Shearwater flew west past Peninnis, a male Harrier sp. was hunting over Pelistry field, there was still 1 Spotted Crake in Lower Moors, 6 Mediterranean Gull were in Tresco Channel and a Sabine’s Gull flew past Peninnis. A Turtle Dove was on St. Agnes, a Wryneck was on Peninnis, a Merlin was on St. Mary’s and the Red-backed Shrike was still near Old Town Church. 7 Yellow-browed Warbler were reported from St. Mary’s, 1 was on St. Agnes & 1 was on St. Martin’s, the Cetti’s Warbler was still at Porth Hellick and only 2 Firecrest were seen,1 in Carreg Dhu Gardens & near Old Town Church. The first Fieldfare of the autumn was at Lunnon, a Pied Flycatcher was on St. Martin’s and single Red-breasted Flycatcher were in the Dump Clump, at Porth Hellick, in the Parsonage Garden on St. Agnes & at Borough Farm, Tresco. A Black Redstart was at Porth Mellon, a Common Redstart was on Peninnis, a Whinchat was at Content, only 7 Wheatear were reported and 7 Siskin were at Trenoweth.