The Rustic Bunting was still on Tresco Heliport and the Isabelline Wheatear was still on Castle Down, Tresco, The Blue Rock Thrush put in a brief appearance on the Garrison, near Steval. New arrivals were a Little Bunting, a Richard’s Pipit on St. Agnes and a Serin flew over he Garrison, Hugh Town Quay & then Sallyport.
A Pink-footed Goose was on Tresco, 2 Whooper Swan were on Porth Hellick Pool, 2 were at New Grimsby & 2 were in Tresco Channel, a Shoveler was on Porth Hellick Pool, a Tufted duck, a Pochard & a Scaup were on the Great Pool, Tresco and a Great Northern Diver flew past Carn Morval. 4 Spoonbill were still on Green Island, Samson, 15 Mediterranean Gulls were in Tresco Channel, 9 were on the Great Pool, Tresco & 2 were in Hugh Town Harbour and a Merlin was on Tresco. 4 Siberian Chiffchaff were in Lower Moors & 2 or 2 were at Rowesfield Crossroads, Tresco, 4 Yellow- Browed Warbler were in Lower Moors & 1 was at Higher Moors and a Firecrest was in the pines near the Cadet Hut on the Garrison. 25 Fieldfare were on the Garrison & 2 were on St. Agnes, 200 Redwing were on St. Agnes, 89 were on St. Martin’s & 30 flew over Hugh Town Quay, the Red-breasted Flycatcher was still in Parsonage on St. Agnes and Black Redstart continued to rise with 16+ on St. Mary’s, 18+on St. Agnes, 3 on St. Martin’s, 1 on Tresco & 1 on the Scillonian III, only 2 Wheatear were reported, 1 on St. Agnes and 1 on Tresco. 3 Brambling were in Lower Moors & 1 was near the Great Pool, Tresco, 5 Lesser Redpoll and 4 Reed Bunting were on Tresco.