Wednesday (28/10)

Red eyed Vireo – 1 still at Lower Town Farm, St. Agnes

Grey-cheeked Thrush – A “possible” was seen briefly in the Parsonage Garden, St. Agnes

Lesser Yellowlegs – 1 still on Abbey Pool, Tresco

Dusky Warbler – 1 still between Thomas Porth and Porthloo, 1 still around the Cricket Pitch Pool on St. Martin’s

Olive-backed Pipit – A “probable” at Harry’s Walls then flew towards Porthloo

Glossy Ibis – 1 flew northeast over Carreg Dhu Gardens and landed in a field on Green Lane before flying back towards Salakee

Short-toed Lark  1 in a weedy field to the right of the lane to Carn Vean Café 

Little  Bunting – 1 with a mixed finch flock in a field just north of Old Grimsby, Tresco

Greylag Goose  – 1 in field near Carn Vean Café 

White-fronted Goose – 1 in field near Carn Vean Café

Shelduck – 1 Porthloo Beach, 1 Great Pool, Tresco

Common Scoter – A juvenile off Hugh Town Quay

Great Northern Diver – 1 at Toll’s Porth, 3 in the Roads, 1 Porth Cressa, 1 Pentle Bay, Tresco

Spoonbill – 3 Samson

Bar-tailed Godwit – 8 Pendrathen

Whimbrel – 1 Watermill Cove

Mediterranean Gull – 1 Porthloo

Glaucous Gull – 1 in the Roads seen from Star Castle then flying to St. Agnes

Iceland Gull – A juvenile at Little Porth, the flew out past Lower Broome and the Carn Morval

Cetti’s Warbler – 1 Higher Moors

Yellow-browed Warbler – 10 St. Mary’s, 2 Tresco 

Firecrest – 1 Pungies Lane

Nightingale – 1 still at Little Porth

Black Redstart – 1 Star Castle, 3 Holy Vale Farmhouse and 2 New Grimsby, Tresco

Grey Wagtail – 2 Holy Vale

Lapland Bunting – 1 with a mixed finch flock in a field just north of Old Grimsby, Tresco

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