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Wednesday, 21 November 2018

EYW and Citrine Wagtail hanging on!

A few days ago, the 1st winter Eastern Yellow Wagtail was still present in the Kittidown area However, it was only seen briefly yesterday morning.

  Both the Eastern Yellow Wagtail and Citrine Wagtail have become a lot more mobile and can be hard to relocate at times. Two days ago the sun was out for the first time since they arrived and I took advantage of the light and after an hour of searching I found the Citrine Wagtail in the cattle field followed by the EYW in the horse paddocks. Later on in the day, Ren found a 1st winter Citrine Wagtail just below the Mermaid car park feeding in the seaweed. It is believed to be a different bird and it quickly moved on with the many winter thrushes overhead moving through including Continental Song Thrushes. There were also 3 Black Redstart over the quay wall with a Black-necked Grebe in the harbour (now increased to three birds). Another 4 Black Redstart were in Little Porth with a single bird at Little Porth where I increased my personal Scilly record of Common Gull by one, making it 14 in total.


The EYW was in the paddock very briefly.









And in the cattle field the Citrine Wagtail showed well

This female Chaffinch was also in the cattle field


Good numbers of winter thrushes in including this Icelandic Redwing at Holy Vale


There were 3 Black Redstart on the quay wall


With another 4 Black Redstart at Little Porth including a cracking male


Male Stonechat


  The day before I found the Citrine Wagtail and EYW feeding together in the horse paddocks at the stables








The Citrine Wagtail was showing down to a few meters


While the Eastern Yellow Wagtail kept it's distance

Pied Wagtail


White Wagtail


Bad language throughout Kate Tempest (born Kate Esther Calvert, 22 December 1985) is an English poet, musical artist, novelist and playwright. In 2013, she won the Ted Hughes Award for her work Brand New Ancients.[2] She was named a Next Generation Poet by the Poetry Society,[3] a once-a-decade accolade. Her albums Everybody Down[2] and Let Them Eat Chaos have been nominated for the Mercury Music Prize.[4] The latter's accompanying poetry book (also titled Let Them Eat Chaos) was nominated for the Costa Book of the Year in the Poetry Category.[5] Her debut novel The Bricks That Built the Houses was a Sunday Times bestseller and won the 2017 Books Are My Bag Readers Award for Breakthrough Author. She was nominated as Best Female Solo Performer at the 2018 Brit Awards.[6]

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