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This page is updated from my own personal sightings as well as from internet resources and individual reports. (All records are unchecked)

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Friday 21st October 2005.

 

CAPE CORNWALL; Four Balearic Shearwater past this morning together with two Sooty Shearwater. A Snow Bunting was also present.

HAYLE ESTUARY; The Long-billed Dowitcher was present at Ryan's Field this morning, also present was a Spoonbill and a Mediterranean Gull. A Wryneck was also noted.

KYNANCE COVE; A Pallas's Warbler was located mid-afternoon. Also present were five Ring Ouzel.

NANQUIDNO; A Yellow-browed Warbler was still present near the car park today, two Choughs were also noted.

PORTHGWARRA; A Sooty Shearwater past today. A Night Heron was flushed near the car park late evening.

SENNEN COVE; Two, an adult and a first winter, Mediterranean Gull was present today. A first winter Common Gull was also present.


Thursday 20th October 2005.

 

DRIFT RESERVOIR; A juvenile Spoonbill was still present this evening.

HAYLE ESTUARY; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still commuting between Lelant Water and Ryan's Field. Also present were two juvenile Spoonbill, two Mediterranean Gulls, (adult and a first winter), three Dark-bellied Brent Geese and a Spotted Redshank.

LOE POOL; The female Red-crested Pochard was viewable from the hide today.

NANQUIDNO; A Yellow-browed Warbler was still present in a sycamore by Mill Cottage. A Ring Ouzel was also noted.

PENTIRE/ RUMPS POINT; A Ring Ouzel was present in Stinky Valley, a single Chiffchaff was also noted and six Siskin flew over.


Wednesday 19th October 2005.

 

CROWDY RESERVOIR; The Long-tailed Duck was still present today, showing well by the dam. Also present were one male Pochard, one female Pintail, 58 Teal, three Wigeon, and two Great Crested Grebes. A Siskin flew over.

DAVIDSTOW AIRFIELD; A Green Sandpiper was noted this morning.

HAYLE ESTUARY; The Long-billed Dowitcher was seen at Ryan's Field and off Lelant Station today and two Spoonbills were on Lelant Water.

HEAMOOR; 50+ Siskin were noted flying over today.

KENIDJACK; A Yellow-browed Warbler was in a garden at the seaward end and two Ring Ouzel were by the mine.

KILKHAMPTON; Three Redwing were noted this morning.

LAND'S END; A Yellow-browed Warbler was south of the car park in sallows today.

MAER LAKE; 127 Teal, three Wigeon, a Shoveler, two Water Rail, four Dunlin and 44 Lapwing were noted.

MARAZION MARSH; A Bittern was again seen today.

NANQUIDNO; Still two Yellow-browed Warblers in the valley today.

RESKAJEAGE DOWNS; Two Lapland Buntings were noted n the first cornfield east of Hell's Mouth this evening.

SENNEN COVE; Four first winter Mediterranean Gulls were noted today.

TAMAR LAKES; A single Great Crested Grebe was present on the Upper Lake were 50 Canada Geese, 284 Herring Gull and two Jays were noted. Nine Siskin flew over. At the Lower Lake a Peregrine and 11 Siskins were presents.


Tuesday 18th October 2005.

 

CAMEL ESTUARY; A total of nine adult and two first winter Mediterranean Gulls were noted between Padstow and Tregirls Beach. Three Dark-bellied Brent Geese were off Padstow. A total of 46 Little Egret were recorded over the whole estuary with 37 of them at Dinham Flats. Also present on the at Dinham Flats today was two Curlew sandpiper, one Little Stint, one first winter Little Gull, one Spotted Redshank, one Whimbrel, 80 Dunlin, two Shoveler, 116 Wigeon, three Greenshank, 60 Lapwing and 105 Carrion Crow.

COT VALLEY; 200+ Siskin were noted here today together with two Ring Ouzel and two Blackcap.

CROWDY RESERVOIR; A female or immature Long-tailed Duck was present from the hide this morning.

DENNIS POOL, PADSTOW; Four Little Grebe, a Kingfisher, two Moorhen and two Muscovy Ducks were present late this morning.

HARLYN POOLS; A Lapland Bunting flew over late morning, also 14 Siskin over head. On the pool, 18 Moorhen, four Little Grebe, one Water Rail, one Jay and 12 Stock Dove were present.

HAWKER'S COVE; A Merlin and four Siskin were noted.

HAYLE ESTUARY; Two immature Spoonbill was present at Lelant Water today, together with a first winter Mediterranean Gull. A Long-billed Dowitcher was present at Lelant Water this afternoon, (presumably the bird reported at Ryan's Field yesterday). A Little Stint and a Spotted Redshank were also in residence.

LAND'S END; A Yellow-browed Warbler was at Gleeb Farm, also noted were single Ring Ouzel, Whinchat and four Chough.

MEN-AN-TOL; A Ringtail Hen Harrier was noted here this evening together with a Marsh Harrier and a Merlin.

MOUSEHOLE; A Yellow-browed Warbler was found at the start of the footpath at the top of Raginnis Hill.

NANQUIDNO; Still three Yellow-browed Warbler present today. A Ring Ouzel and a Merlin were also noted.

RAME HEAD; Three Ring Ouzels were present today.

ST LEVAN; The Yellow-browed Warbler was still present near the church.

SHORTLANESEND; 60+ Siskin were noted around the Penrose Water Gardens this morning.

SKEWJACK; A Marsh Harrier was at Skewjack Farm this afternoon.

 


Monday 17th October 2005.

 

HAYLE ESTUARY; Two Spoonbills were present at Lelant Water today and both the male Green-winged Teal and male American Wigeon returned today.

LAND'S END; A Richard's Pipit flew north this morning and two Black Redstarts were in residence.

NANQUIDNO; A single Yellow-browed Warbler was still present today. A Ring Ouzel was also found.

PORTHGWARRA; A Wryneck was present below the Coastguard Cottages this morning.

ST LEVAN; The Yellow-browed Warbler was still present near the church.

SENNEN COVE; A Lapland Bunting was present at Mayon Cliffs today, together with a Ring Ouzel, two Black Redstarts and four Chough.

TAMAR LAKES; Three Pink-footed Geese were located among the Canada Goose flock this morning, on the Upper Lake.


Sunday 16th October 2005.

 

CAPE CORNWALL; A Black Redstart was present at the Golf Club House this afternoon.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was again present on the north shore.

LAND'S END; Five Black Redstarts and a Long-eared Owl were located this morning. Two Chough were still at the complex. A Lapland Bunting, two Firecrests, a Merlin and a Short-eared Owl were also present.

NANJIZAL; The juvenile Upland Sandpiper was again seen in flight this morning near Arden-Sawah Farm. A Serin flew over.

NANQUIDNO; Up to three Yellow-browed Warbler was present in the valley today, a Brambling flew over.

POLGIGGA; A Hawfinch was watched in a garden at Little Trethewey. A Richard's Pipit was found this afternoon in a field north of Higher Bosistow Farm.

PORTHGWARRA; The Red-breasted Flycatcher was once again at 60 foot Cover, also noted in the valley were three Lapland Buntings, a Ring Ouzel and a Short-eared Owl.

ST LEVAN; The Yellow-browed Warbler was still present near the church and a Short-eared Owl was found.

TREVOSE HEAD; Unconfirmed news this evening came out of a Cliff Swallow, reported briefly  recently, and also of a Booted Warbler, also recently. If you have any information please contact me on the above number.


Saturday 15th October 2005.

 

BOTALLACK; A Black Redstart was observed near the Cricket Club this morning, and a Snow Bunting flew over, north.

COT VALLEY; A Yellow-browed Warbler was near Cot Manor today.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still present near the hide today.

KENIDJACK; A Yellow-browed Warbler was located this afternoon.

LAND'S END; Two juvenile Rose-coloured Starling were present, within the Starling flock, around the complex today. Two Hawfinches were located also located and four Wood Larks were seen briefly.

LYNHER ESTUARY; The Spoonbill was viewable from Sconner Corner again this afternoon.

MARAZION MARSH; The female Marsh Harrier was still present today. The Bittern was again present, as was the female Common Scoter at Long Rock Pool.

NANJIZAL; 12 Hawfinches flew over this morning.

POLGIGGA; Two Black Redstart were located in the Wesleyan Churchyard this afternoon. Three Hawfinches flew over this morning.

PORTHGWARRA; The Red-breasted Flycatcher was still present at 60 foot Cover this morning, and a Pallas's Leaf Warbler was reported. A Wryneck was located on the old cliffside bunker this morning. A Firecrest was also found.

RAME HEAD; A Marsh Warbler was reported at Penlee NR, also a Red-breasted Flycatcher was also reported.

ST LEVAN; The Yellow-browed Warbler was still present near the church today and nearby a Lapland Bunting was in the stubble field by the church car park. A Black Redstart was also noted. A Firecrest was also present.

SENNEN; One Lapland Bunting was still behind the Post Office and two others flew over.


Friday 14th October 2005.

 

CAMEL ESTUARY; At Dinham flats today a first winter Little Gull was present along with a Grey Plover. At Little Petherick Creek, ten Little Egret were joined by ten Mallard, 12 Curlew, 37 Oystercatcher, 31 Redshank, 27 Dunlin and two Sparrowhawks.

Little Gull at Dinham Flats 14-10-5 © Andy and Shirley Parks

 

CHURCH COVE, LIZARD; The Yellow-browed Warbler was still in the church yard this morning.

COT VALLEY; A Yellow-browed Warbler was within a tit flock near the derelict building.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still present today, together with the two Spoonbills, one Garganey and two Little Egret.

HAYLE ESTUARY; Two Spoonbills were at Lelant Water this evening together with nine Little Egret and a Mediterranean Gull.

LAND'S END; A juvenile Rose-coloured Starling was present at the complex today.

NANQUIDNO; Still four Choughs present this afternoon.

MARAZION BEACH; An adult Mediterranean Gull was noted today.

MARAZION MARSH; A Bittern was present this morning as was the female Marsh Harrier. A female Common Scoter was on Long Rock Pool.

PENDEEN; At least three Snow Buntings were at the Levant Mine car park this morning.

PENZANCE/ ISLES OF SCILLY; A Black Redstart, Stonechat and Robin were noted on the Scillonian this morning.

PORTHGWARRA; The Siberian Stonechat still present on the moor, near the dried out pool. A Red-breast Flycatcher was located in 60 foot Cover this morning.

ST LEVAN; Two Firecrests were present this morning. The Yellow-browed Warbler was still near the church.

SENNEN; Two Lapland Buntings were located behind the Post Office today.

SENNEN COVE; A Wood Lark was Mayon Cliffs this afternoon.


Thursday 13th October 2005.

 

BASS POINT, LIZARD; A Lapland Bunting flew over today.

CHURCH COVE, LIZARD; A Yellow-browed Warbler was at the churchyard this morning and another was at the sewage works.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still present today as was two Spoonbills and two Garganey.

KENIDJACK; A single Black Redstart was noted this morning.

MARAZION MARSH; A female Marsh Harrier was noted at Long Rock Pool late this morning.

NANJIZAL; A Yellow-browed Warbler was noted in the valley and a Wood Lark flew over.

NANQUIDNO; The male Subalpine Warbler was in tamarisks opposite the Mill House today. Four Choughs were still at the seaward end. A Firecrest and a Willow Warbler was also noted.

PORTHGWARRA; The Siberian Stonechat was on the moor this moor this morning. The Yellow-browed Warbler was at 60 foot Cover.

RAME HEAD; The Red-breasted Flycatcher was again in sycamores near the churchyard.

ST LEVAN; The Yellow-browed Warbler was still near the church this morning.

SENNEN; A Rose-coloured Starling was noted on wires by the school.


Wednesday 12th October 2005.

 

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was near the hide again, today. Two Spoonbills were also present.

NANQUIDNO; The male Subalpine Warbler was still present today. A Firecrest and four Choughs were also present.

PORTHGWARRA; The Siberian Stonechat was noted at the dried up pool this afternoon. A Yellow-browed Warbler was at 60 foot Cover and a Lapland Bunting was on the moor.

RAME HEAD; Yellow-browed Warblers were noted at the church yard and near the stream at Forder.

ST LEVAN; A Yellow-browed Warbler was near the church today.

SENNEN COVE; An adult Yellow-legged Gull was on the rocks today, two first winters and an adult Mediterranean Gulls and a Purple Sandpiper were noted at the beach.


Tuesday 11th October 2005.

 

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher still present today. Two Black Redstarts, the Spotted Redshank and at least one Spoonbill were also present.

LUDGVAN; Two Firecrests were present this morning.

NANQUIDNO; A male Subalpine Warbler was located at the bottom of the valley, in tamarisk bushes by the last white house.

POLGIGGA; Two Richard's Pipits were present in the first field south of Raftra Farm.

PORTHGWARRA; The Siberian Stonechat was still showing well by the coastguard houses. A Yellow-browed Warbler and a Firecrest were present at 60 foot Cover.

RAME HEAD; Three Yellow-browed Warblers were present today, with singles at Rame Head, Rame Churchyard and Rame Barton Farm.

CHURCH COVE, LIZARD; Two Yellow-browed Warblers were noted at the churchyard today.


Monday 10th October 2005.

 

COT VALLEY; The Pied Flycatcher was still present today, having moved to near the Youth Hostel.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still near the hide. Two Spoonbills were still present as was the Spotted Redshank.

KENIDJACK; A Merlin was noted today.

MARAZION MARSH; A Hobby flew over east today.

NANQUIDNO; Four Choughs were present today. A male Subalpine Warbler was located at the bottom of the valley today.

PENZANCE; A Spoonbill flew over Wherrytown this morning.

PENZANCE/ ISLES OF SCILLY; A juvenile Long-tailed Skua was noted from the Scillonian this morning.

POLGIGGA; Two Richard's Pipits were just south of Raftra Farm today.

PORTHGWARRA; The Siberian Stonechat was report again near 60 foot Cover. A single Yellow-browed Warbler was at 60 foot Cover today. Two Firecrests were by the coastguard cottages this evening.

RAME HEAD; A Red-breasted Flycatcher was located in a sycamore, 200m north of the Churchyard near Rame Barton Farm Barn. A Dusky Warbler was noted in bracken, 200m northeast of the public car park, a Yellow-browed Warbler and a Black Redstart were also present. A Yellow-browed Warbler was also at the churchyard.

SENNEN COVE; A Richard's Pipit flew in off the sea this morning.


Sunday 9th October 2005.

 

CAMEL ESTUARY; Waders today included three Knot, 12 Black-tailed Godwit, 12 Dunlin, five Bar-tailed Godwit, a Whimbrel, six Greenshank and 25 Redshank. 20 Wigeon were also noted. Along the Camel Trail, five Reed Bunting, two Redwing, 20 Song Thrush and 16 Mistle Thrushes were recorded.

CAPE CORNWALL; Two Choughs were again on the golf course.

COT VALLEY; A single Pied Flycatcher was at Cot Manor today.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; Long-billed Dowitcher still showing well from the Hide. Two immature Spoonbills were in the northwest arm this morning. A Rock Pipit was present.

LAND'S END; A Yellow-browed Warbler and a Lesser Whitethroat were present this morning. Two Choughs were still present.

NANJIZAL; Single Richard's Pipit and Hawfinch flew over this morning. A possible Pechora Pipit was noted flying south, calling this afternoon. A Yellow-browed Warbler and a Lapland Bunting were in the valley today.

POLGIGGA; The juvenile Upland Sandpiper was seen again in flight near Higher Bosistow Farm.

PORTHCURNO; A Yellow-browed Warbler was in a tit flock near the beach, this afternoon.

PORTHGWARRA; The Siberian Stonechat was still present today. A Richard's Pipit was seen briefly this morning. A Wryneck was at the dried up pool this morning and a Yellow-browed Warbler was in a gully across the moor. A Yellow-browed Warbler was near the car park this morning and another was at 60 foot Cover. A minimum of three Firecrest were noted.

RAME HEAD; A Yellow-browed Warbler was in the churchyard today together with three Black Redstart.

SENNEN COVE; 15 Purple Sandpipers and 38 Turnstone were present today.

TOWAN HEAD;  A Snow Bunting was present today.

WEST PENTIRE; A Yellow-browed Warbler was located at Polly Joke this afternoon.


Saturday 8th October 2005.

 

CAERTHILLIAN COVE; A Black Redstart was present this morning.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still present today. Two Spoonbills, a Spotted Redshank and a second winter Mediterranean Gull were also noted.

HAYLE ESTUARY; The Spoonbill was still present at Lelant Water this morning.

LAND'S END; A Yellow-browed Warbler was in the sallows south of the complex. A Snow Bunting flew over the cycle track today.

PENTIRE/ RUMPS POINT; Two first winter Mediterranean Gulls flew past today with one Common Gull and 20 Black-headed Gull. A Redshank was also noted.

PORTHCURNO; A single Yellow-browed Warbler was present today.

PORTHGWARRA; The Siberian Stonechat was still near the beacons today. A Wryneck was at 60 foot Cover as was a Yellow-browed Warbler. A Snow Bunting was also present.

ST. LEVAN; A Yellow-browed Warbler was in the wooded valley 400m north of the church. A Merlin flew over.

SENNEN COVE; Five Mediterranean Gulls were still present on the beach today and the Slavonian Grebe was off shore.

TREEN DOWN; This evening two ringtail Hen Harrier were noted together with a small Harrier sp. Three Short-eared Owls, a female Merlin and a Jack Snipe were also noted.


Friday 7th October 2005.

 

CAMEL ESTUARY; Two Little Egrets were at Wadebridge Old Bridge this afternoon, as was a first winter Mediterranean Gull, a Kingfisher and a Common Sandpiper.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher still present today. Two immature Spoonbills were noted at the northwest arm today. Three Little Egrets were also present.

HAYLE ESTUARY; A Spoonbill was noted at Lelant Saltings this morning and a first winter Little Gull and a Mediterranean Gull were present. Two Curlew Sandpipers were also noted.

LAND'S END; The Yellow-browed Warbler was again in the sallows just south of the complex, together with a Firecrest. Two Choughs and a Lesser Whitethroat were also noted.

NANJIZAL; A single Yellow-browed Warbler was noted in the valley.

PORTHGWARRA; The Siberian Stonechat is still present today near the black and white beacon. Two Spoonbills flew over south west this morning. Two Yellow-browed Warbler were present today, one at 60 foot Cover and the other by the pool. A Firecrest was also at 60 foot Cover. A Red-throated Pipit flew north over 60 foot Cover at 10.30 and may have landed on the moor. A Wryneck was noted briefly near 60 foot Cover.

SENNEN; A Yellow-browed Warbler was located at Ester's Field this morning. Three Richard's Pipits were present near Brew Pool this afternoon.

SENNEN COVE; A Hooded Crow was noted today. 15 Sandwich Terns and five Mediterranean Gulls were present this evening, and a Slavonian Grebe was noted off shore.

 


Thursday 6th October 2005.

 

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The Long-billed Dowitcher was still present today near the hide. Single Spotted Redshank, one  Greenshank, two Dunlin, four Greylag Geese, five Little Egret, 13 Little Grebe and seven Canada Geese were also noted.

HAYLE ESTUARY; A first winter Mediterranean Gull was noted at Lelant Water today.

KYNANCE COVE; Two Choughs was noted on the cliffs behind the toilet block.

LAND'S END; A Yellow-browed Warbler was present just south of the complex, also noted were  four Chough, ten Chiffchaff, one Willow Warbler, one Firecrest, one Redstart, 30 Blackbird, 20 Song Thrush, 24 Siskin and a Hen Harrier.

POLGIGGA; The Upland Sandpiper was seen in flight being pursued by a Peregrine.

PORTHGWARRA; A Siberian Stonechat was located near the Beacons this morning.

Siberian Stonechat at Porthgwarra 6-10-5 © camelbirder

 

Siberian Stonechat at Porthgwarra 6-10-5 © camelbirder

 

Siberian Stonechat at Porthgwarra 6-10-5 © camelbirder

 

SENNEN COVE; Two Spoonbills were noted flying east this afternoon.


Wednesday 5th October 2005.

 

CAPE CORNWALL; Four Choughs  were present near the car park this morning.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still present today from the hide. The Spotted Redshank was also present.

LAND'S END; A Richard's Pipit was located below the Trinity Cottages, today, and a Lapland Bunting flew over. A Yellow-browed Warbler was present in sallows just south of the complex and an escaped Saker flew over.

LIZARD POINT; Four Lapland Buntings were reported today.

LYNHER ESTUARY; A sub-adult Spoonbill was noted off Sconner Corner this morning.

MARAZION MARSH; The first winter male Ring-necked Duck was still present at Long Rock Pool this morning.

POLGIGGA; The Upland Sandpiper was noted in flight this morning near Higher Bosistow Farm.

PORTHGWARRA; A Yellow-browed Warbler was located in the car park late morning.

SENNEN; A Great Grey Shrike was present at Treave Common this morning.

SENNEN COVE; Two first winter Mediterranean Gull were noted on the beach.


Tuesday 4th October 2005.

 

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was once again near the hide, and a Spotted Redshank was also present.

LAND'S END; A Yellow-browed Warbler was present on the north side of the complex.

LYNHER ESTUARY; A Great White Egret was noted at Polbathic Creek today.

NANJIZAL; A Richard's Pipit was noted at Faraway Cottage.

NANQUIDNO; Two juvenile Choughs were present today.

MARAZION MARSH; The first winter Ring-necked Duck was noted near the railway line this afternoon.

POLGIGGA; The Upland Sandpiper was present south of Higher Bosistow Farm.

PORTHGWARRA; A Richard's Pipit was present at the dried up pool this morning. A Wryneck was seen on the rocky outcrop behind the house on the footpath towards St Levan. A Mediterranean Gull flew past.

SENNEN COVE; Two First winter Mediterranean Gulls were noted on the beach today.


Monday 3rd October 2005.

 

CAPE CORNWALL; Two Choughs were at the monument this morning.

COVERACK; A juvenile Rose-coloured Starling was located between Trevlear and Trewillis Farms.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still present near the hide today, together with a Spotted Redshank.

GWEEK; The Black-winged Stilt was again present near the bridge.

KENIDJACK; A Yellow-browed Warbler was located on the north side of the pool.

LAND'S END; Two Richard's Pipits were noted west of Treave Moor House today.

MARAZION MARSH; The first winter male Ring-necked Duck was still present near the railway bridge today. A Jack Snipe was viewable from the gate.

NANQUIDNO; A Woodlark flew over this morning.

POLGIGGA; The Upland Sandpiper was present near Bosistow Farm again this afternoon.

SWANPOOL; A Mediterranean Gull was noted this morning.


Sunday 2nd October 2005.

 

BUDE; A Richard's Pipit was noted north of Cleavecamp today.

CAPE CORNWALL; Four Choughs were present on the golf course.

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The Long-billed Dowitcher juvenile was still present today.

GWEEK; The first winter Black-winged Stilt was still present today.

HAYLE ESTUARY; The juvenile Osprey was once again present at Lelant Water.

LAND'S END; Two Lapland Buntings flew over early afternoon.

MARAZION MARSH; The first winter male Ring-necked Duck was still present at Long Rock Pool today.

PENDEEN WATCH; Five Balearic Shearwaters, two Pomarine Skua and a Leach's Petrel past today.

POLGIGGA; The juvenile Upland Sandpiper was noted again from Bosistow Farm. A Lapland Bunting was also noted.

ST IVES; A Sabine's Gull and three Leach's Petrels past today.


Saturday 1st October 2005.

 

DRIFT RESERVOIR; The Juvenile Long-billed Dowitcher was still near the hide today together with a Spotted Redshank and two Garganey.

HAYLE ESTUARY; The juvenile Osprey was still present today, and two Mediterranean Gulls were present.

MARAZION MARSH; A first winter Ring-necked Duck was at Long Rock Pool late evening.

PENDEEN WATCH; A Fea's Petrel was reported  today, other species noted included, 29 Balearic Shearwater, four Pomarine Skua, four Sooty Shearwater, five Leach's Petrels, two Sabine's Gulls and seven Grey Phalarope.

ST IVES; A Wilsons Petrel was noted past today, together with seven Leach's Petrels, eight Grey Phalaropes, two Pomarine Skuas, 19 Balearic Shearwater, 16 Sooty Shearwater and single Great Northern Diver and Little Gull.

SANCREED; A Wryneck was present today.


   

 

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