Western Bonelli’s Warbler – there are now 2 birds on the islands, 1 was seen in a field in the northwest corner of Hillside Farm Bryher and original one was still in the Garrison pines.
Woodchat Shrike – A first-summer bird behind the cricket pitch, St. Martin’s. From plumage details it was identified as a different bird to the 1 that was at Helvear, St. Mary’s on Monday & Tuesday.
Common Rosefinch – A juvenile still around the pumping station on Bryher.
Marsh Warbler – 1 on Trench Lane, Old Town.
Wryneck – 1 in a garden on Church Street which then flew to the Chaplaincy Garden, 1 on the coastal track on the west side of Peninnis, 1 on Carn Friars Farm (photo), 3 on Bryher and 1 on St. Martin’s.
Turtle Dove – 1 still at Normandy with a Collared Dove flock in a field 200 yards along the road from “The Moos”.
Curlew Sandpiper – 1 on Abbey Pool, Tresco.
Common Sandpiper – 1 Porth Hellick Pool.
Kingfisher – the first of the autumn was 1 in Lower Moors.
Swift – 1 flew east over the Garrison.
Common Whitethroat – 1 in the Standing Stones Field, Lower Moors.
Lesser Whitethroat – 1 in the Standing Stones Field, Lower Moors.
Spotted Flycatcher – 11 on the Garrison, 1 in a garden on Church Road and 1 Salakee Farm
Pied Flycatcher – 4 on the Garrison, 1 in Old Town in the copse opposite Airport Lane 2 on St. Martin’s.
Redstart – 1 Carn Friars Farm and 1 on St.Martin’s.
Whinchat –3 on the Garrison, 2 Carn Friars Farm, 1 in the Standing Stones Field, Lower Moors, 2 below the Health Centre, 2 Watermill, 2 on King Edward’s Road, Peninnis and 1 on St. Martin’s.
Tree Pipit – 2 Green Farm, 2 in the Standing Stones Field, Lower Moors, 1 on the Garrison, and 1 on St. Martins.