1000s of Manx Shearwater and up to 1000 Common Dolphin were in feeding frenzies of headlands between the Garrison and Deep Point.

The Lesser Kestrel  was still on the Airfield, a Hoopoe was on the Golf Course and on Osprey was on Tresco. 

25+ Great Northern Diver were in the waters around St. Mary’s. 3 Whimbrel were on the Golf Course, a Common Sandpiper was at Porth Hellick and Cuckoo was on St. Martin’s.

Skylark were on the Golf Course & several were on St. Martin’s,  a Tree Pipit  was at Porth Hellick, a Pied Flycatcher was at Newford Duck Pond and a Common Redstart  was at Salakee Farm.

The female Ring Ouzel  was still on the west side of Peninnis, a Common Whitethroat was at Porth Hellick and the Cetti’s Warbler was still near the Dump Clump.


There were still 1000+ Manx Shearwater offshore between Tolman Point and Giant’s Castle. The Lesser Kestrel was still on the Airfield, a Great  Skua  was off Tolman Point and 16 Whimbrel flew in off the sea at Porthcressa.


Overnight sound recording showed there was a large movement of waders over Hugh Town, these included Bar-tailed GodwitSpotted RedshankGrey Ploverand flocks of WhimbrelDunlin and Turnstone.

The Lesser Kestrel  was still on the Airfield, 2 Whimbrel & a Common Sandpiper were at Porthloo and a Lapwing was on the Golf Course. 

13 Great Northern Diver were in the Roads and a small group of Manx Shearwater & a Common Gull were off Bar Point. 

White Wagtail  was on the Garrison and  a Yellow Wagtail & a Tree Pipit were at Trenoweth.

Black Redstart was at Porthloo, the Cetti’s Warbler was still by the dump and single Common Whitethroat were at Trenoweth & Content.


The Lesser Kestrel  was still on the Airfield and a Red-throated Pipit was found in a horse paddock on the Garrison. 

Hobby flew over Hugh Town, a Merlin was on the Airfield and the Hoopoe was back on the Golf Course. 

1000s of Manx Shearwater formed several rafts between Mount Todden & Innisvouls (one of the Eastern Isles) with them were lots of Common Dolphin

Lapwing, a summer plumage Golden Plover and 9 Whimbrel were on the Golf Course, with 6 more Whimbrel at Watermill & 7 at Porthloo, where there was also a Common Sandpiper.

Great Skua were off Porth Hellick Point, 2 Arctic Skua were between Mount Todden & Innisvouls and 4 Great Northern Diver were in the Roads, with another close inshore at Watermill.

Turtle Dove was in fields near the Golf Club, a Ring Ouzel was on the eastern side of the Airfield, 4 Tree Pipit  were at Trenoweth and 20 Wheatear were on the Golf Course.

The Black Redstart  was still at Porthloo, a male Pied Flycatcher was at the Woolpack Fort on the Garrison and the Cetti’s Warbler was still by the Dump Clump.

A Garden Warbler was near Porth Hellick House, Common Whitethroat were at Trenoweth and Mount Todden Farm fields and Sedge Warbler were at the Dump Clump, the Garrison and Mount Todden Farm fields.

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