1st winter GREAT BLUE HERON flying off from the Big Pool, Bryher
Here it's diving for cover from a Great-black backed Gull
Robin getting close up views with his family when it landed in front of him
Tourists past close by, but the GBH continued to feed
Male Redstart and Wood Warbler in the same garden
and White Wagtail was on the rocks just below the garden
Had this Wryneck near to the hotel
Just before I left Bryher, I had this newly arrived male Black Redstart at Porthcressa
and when I returned from Bryher, my first male Whitethroat was in the pig fields, garrison with Chiffchaff
This Continental Stonechat was on the Garrison
On St Mary's there were Hoopoe, Night Heron, Jack Snipe, 150 hirundines, 1 ring Ouzel, 2 Pied Flycatcher and a single Wood Warbler. 2 Wood Warbler were in Holy Vale yesterday where a adult Night Heron was found dead.
Yesterday I managed to catch up with the Wryneck at Old Town Church that been present since it was observed flying in off the sea six days ago.
Been listening to the film score of the movie 'les yeux fermes'