On a very wet and windy day there were no inter-island boats, so consequently there few reports from off-islands .The Isabelline Wheatear was still on Castle Down, Tresco and the Blue Rock Thrush was seen briefly on the Old Town side of Peninnis. A Red-throated Pipit was heard flying over Porthcressa. The Green-winged? Teal was still on Newford Duckpond.
A Pink-footed Goose was on Tresco, the Whooper Swan was still in Lower Moors, 2 Tufted Duck & 2 Pochard were on the Great Pool, Tresco and 1 a Great Northern Diver was off Innisidgen. A Manx, a Balearic & 2 Sooty Shearwaters flew past Peninnis, 2 Leach’s Petrel also flew past Peninnis with one also seen from the Scillonian III. The Hen Harrier was still on Bryher, the Spotted Crake was still in Lower Moors, a Yellow-legged Gull was off Bryher and Merlin were seen over the Riding Stables, over Longstone & over Higher Moors.
A probable Siberian Chiffchaff was at Newford Duckpond, 5 Yellow-warbler were on St. Mary’s & 3 were on Tresco and 4 Firecrest were on St. Mary’s & 1 was on Tresco. A Ring Ouzel flew over Nowhere, Old Town, there were still moderate numbers of Fieldfare & Redwing, at least 12 Black Redstart were on St.Mary’s, with another 3 on Tresco, 2 Whinchat were on Bryher, 1 was on Tresco & 1 was St. Martin’s, only 1 Wheatear was reported and a Brambling was on Tresco.