Including this one that I found at Harry's Walls, there were a total of 3 Red-breasted Flycatcher on St Mary's
I was itching to get out and I managed to get in an hour off at 16.00. In the Trench Lane area there were a single Siberian Chiffchaff, the Northern 'type' Willow Warbler, House Martin, 2 Yellow-browed Warbler, 2 Swallow, 50+Redwing and 10+Chiffchaff. I didn't have much time left and doin the fields at the back of Rose Hill and came across a showy Red-breasted Flycatcher in the Elms at the east side of harry's Wall. Nearby there were 5 Chiffchaff and a single Siberian Chiffchaff. The Black Redstart was still at the airport.
I had this vocal Siberian Chiffchaff at Trench Lane
While taking pics of this Yellow-browed Warbler at Trench Lane, I could another nearby
Up to 6-700 Redwing were on St Mary's. I got over 50 at Lower Moors
Another Siberian Chiffchaff, this one didn't call and was at Rose Hill and
I only observed this Red-breasted Flycatcher for a few minutes due to returning to work
Also on St Mary',s Ring Ouzel were in good numbers with at least 15+ on St Mary's including 5 at Holy Vale. The Chaffinch had moved out from the 1000s yesterday and had been replaced by smaller numbers of Redwing with up to 6-700 and 30+Fieldfare. Less than 10 Hawfinch were still knocking around and there was a Little Stint was at Porthloo. The SURF SCOTER was in Porth Mellon this morning before ending back in the Tresco Channel.