Firstly late news from Saturday (13/06) 2 Rose-coloured Starling flew past the Daymark on St. Martin’s.
Also of interest the Scopoli’s Shearwater seen from a Sapphire Pelagic on July 11 last year has been accepted by BBRC as the second record for Britain after the first one in 2004.
The Yellow-legged Gull was still at Porthloo, 2 Crossbill flew from Porth Hellick Down towards Salakee Down and a Golden Plover was on Peninnis.
A Green Sandpiper and a Common Sandpiper were at Porth Hellick Pool.
A Purple Heron was briefly on Newford Island, Porthloo, a Hobby flew over Porthloo. the Golden Plover was still on Peninnis and the Green Sandpiper & Common Sandpiper were still on Porth Hellick Pool.
5 Crossbill and a Great Northern Diver were on St. Martin’s
The Yellow-legged Gull was still at Porthloo, a Hobby was over the Garrison, the Green Sandpiper was still at Porth Hellick and a Lesser Whitethroat was in Holy Vale.
A Bar-tailed Godwit, a Whimbrel, 4 Dunlin and 45 Turnstone were on Tresco.
A Hobby was over the Garrison and a Crossbill was in the pines below Spray View near Deep Point.
A Leather-backed Turtle was off Peninnis.
A Red-rumped Swallow was seen over Higher Moors, from missing primaries etc. it appeared to be the individual last seen on June 9th, where had it been for 10 days?
13 Swifts were over Porth Hellick.