The Lesser Kestrel  was still on the headlands around Porth Hellick, a ringtail Hen Harrier was on Gugh and the Snow Bunting was still on Holgate’s Green.

A new bird for the year was a Little Ringed Plover which was briefly at Porth Hellick, where there was also a Sedge Warbler. There was a small fa log House Martin and 2 Sand Martin were at Salakee Down along with 10 Redwing. A Black Redstart was at Blue Carn, a Common Redstart was at Carn Friars and a Tree Pipit was at Telegraph.

17 Great Northern Diver, were between Annet & Samson and a Water Rail  was at Porthloo Duck  Pond.

On St. Martin’s a very tame tame Water Rail was at St. Lawrence’s Bay, the first Cuckoo  of the year was calling at Middle Town, a female Ring Ouzel was on the Plains and in the evening there was fall of 50+ Wheatear also on the Plains.


The Lesser Kestrel  & 10 Redwing were on Porth Hellick Down, where a Tree Pipit & a Yellow Wagtail flew over, another Yellow Wagtail was on the Golf Course briefly.

Sand Martin was at Old Town, single Black Redstart  were at Porth Hellick & Porth Minnick and  2 Common Gull, 2 Ring Ouzel & 5 Wheatear were on the Golf Course. A Common Sandpiper was on Porthloo Beach, a Common Snipe & a Sedge Warbler were at Porthloo duck Pond and a female Brambling was in a garden on High Lanes.


The Lesser Kestrel was still on Porth Hellick Down , a Sedge Warbler was trapped and ringed at Porth Hellick, a Whimbrel was on Newford Island and 30+ Great Northern Diver were in the waters around St. Mary’s.

The female Brambling was still in a garden on High Lanes and a Black Restart & a Ring Ouzel  were at Carn Morvel on the Golf Course.

A flock of 20 to 30 hirundines over Lower Moors were mainly House Martin with a few Swallow.

300+ Manx Shearwater were of Giant’s Castle, where there were also 200+ Common Dolphin and a Minke Whale.

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