The Spotted Sandpiper, the Subalpine Warbler and the Common Rosefinch were still on St. Agnes. The Blue Rock Thrush was still showing anywhere between Old Town Bay & Giants Castle and a Red-eyed Vireo was on Porthloo Lane, whether it was a new bird or one of the midweek birds that had relocated is unanswerable. The Blue-winged Teal was still on Porth Hellick Pool and the Green-winged? Teal was still on Newford Duckpond.
The 2 Pink-footed Geese were still at Kittydown & 2 flew past the incoming Scillonian III heading towards Cornwall. The Scaup was still on the Great Pool, Tresco, Great Northern Diver were off Watermill, Innisidgen & St. Agnes, 2 Sooty & 3 Balearic Shearwater were seen from the Penzance-bound Scillonian III, 4 Spoonbill were on Green Island, Samson, the Spotted Crake was still showing ridiculously well in Lower Moors, a Grey Plover flew over the Garrison, 4 Mediterranean Gull were in Porthcressa Ba& 1 was on St. Agnes, 3 Great & 3 Arctic Skua were seen from the Scillonian III and the Wryneck was still on Peninnis. 2 Merlin were at Porthloo & 1 was at Toll’s Porth, 16 Yellow-browed Warbler were on St. Mary’s, 4 were on St. Agnes, 2 were on Bryher & 1 was on Tresco, Lesser Whitethroat were at Porth Hellick & in the Standing Stones Field. The Cetti’s Warbler was till at Porth Hellick and only 3 Firecrest were reported from St.Mary’s. There was an influx of winter thrushes, mainly Redwing but with a few Fieldfare as well. Spotted Flycatcher was at Pelistry & on Sty. Agnes, the Red-breasted Flycatcher was still in the Dump Clump, Common Redstart were on Tresco & at the Riding Stables and there were still a few Wheatear around. The first Brambling of the autumn was on Peninnis, single Hawfinch were in Old Town & at the Riding Stables and there was an influx of Siskin with about 50 on St. Mary’s and 8 on Tresco. Reed Bunting were at Peninnis/Standing Stones Field & on St. Agnes and a Snow Bunting was on St. Agnes.