Blyth’s Reed Warbler was found near the dipping ponds in Rosehill memorial garden and the Spotted Sandpiper that was last seen on St. Agnes on 21st, turned up at Watermill. The Citrine Wagtail still at Salakee and the Isabelline Wheatear was still on Castle Down, Tresco but there was no sign of the Red-flanked Bluetail on St. Agnes. The Blue Rock Thrush had moved to Peninnis, where the Dartford Warbler  was also still present and the  Waxwings  were still on St. Agnes & Tresco.  

A Pink-Goose was on St. Agnes, the Whooper Swan moved from St. Agnes to Porthloo, 3 Shoveler were on Abbey Pool, Tresco, 3 Common Scoter were in the Roads, 2 Pochard were on the Great Pool, Tresco and a Great Northern Diver was off Watermill. A Sooty Shearwater was seen on a trip to the Western Rocks and a European Storm-petrel was seen from the Scillonian III. The ring-tailed Hen Harrier was on St. Martin’s, the Spotted Crake was still in Lower Moors, Jack Snipe were in Lower Moors & on Porth Hellick Pool and 20+ Grey Phalarope were seen on the Western Rocks’ trip, 5 Mediterranean Gull were in the Roads & 1 was at Porthcressa and 2 Great Skua were seen from the Scillonian III. A Short-eared Owl was on St. Agnes, Merlin were at Peninnis, the Airfield & on Annet and the Red-backed Shrike was still on St. Agnes. A Rook, a scarce bird on Scilly, was on Tresco. 3 Siberian Chiffchaff were on St. Agnes, 3Yellow-browed Warbler were on St. Mary’s, 3 were on St. Agnes & 2 were on Tresco, a Garden Warblerwas at Porth Hellick, a Lesser Whitethroat was on Bryher, a Common Whitethroat was on St. Agnes and 3 Firecrest were on St. Mary’s. After the influx earlier In the week numbers of Fieldfare & Redwing had fallen, 2 Mistle Thrush were on Tresco, the Red-breasted Flycatcher was still at Borough Farm, Tresco and 7 Black Redstart were on St. Mary’s, 5 were on Tresco, 2 were on St. Agnes & 1 was on St. Agnes. Wheatear numbers were were down, with only 9 reported. 8 Brambling were on St. Mary’s, 2 were on St. Agnes, 1 was on St. Martin’s & 1 was on Tresco 20 Siskin were at Pelistry, 2 were in Hugh Town, 6 were on St. Martin’s & 4 were on St. Agnes and Lapland Bunting were on the Airfield, St. Agnes & 1 flew over Peninnis.