Sunday 14th June 2020

Sunday 14th June 2020

Nanjizal: Rosy Starling over heading towards Polgigga at c08:50. (J Ryan)

Drift Reservoir: Turtle Dove on wires early morning. (B Bosisto) Osprey for 5th day at 11:00, 11:50 & 12:04 at least. (D Flumm B Hibbett R Chiffers)

Cormorant – Dave Flumm

Lesser Canada Goose – Dave Flumm

Osprey – Dave Flumm

Osprey – Dave Flumm

Sancreed: 2 Cuckoo. (D Flumm)

Lizard: Adult Rosy Starling  in fields opposite sheep field, then flew to bonfire next to Post Office (D.Beadle J Clarke) At least 2 Rosy Starlings around the village. (M Pass)

Rosy Starling – Josh Clarke

Porthgwarra: 2 Storm Petrel, 3 Arctic Skua, 4 Sandwich Tern and 1 Great Northern Diver. (R Augarde)

Hayle Estuary RSPB: 1s Mediterranean Gull, 9 (2 ad, 7 1s) Black-headed Gull, 2 juv Oystercatcher, 1 Sedge and 5+ Reed Warbler territories around Ryan’s Field. (R Veal) In addition, 4 Mute Swan, 18 Curlew, 1 Bar-tailed Godwit, 21 ad & 1 juv BHG on main estuary c14:30 and an escaped adult Bald Eagle flying around in the field below Paradise Park pursued by the keepers. (DK Parker) Also, Grey Heron, Little Egret, 2 Shelduck (A Maher)

Windmill Farm: 2 Grasshopper Warbler and 1 very recently fledged Cuckoo. (D Wright)

Trewillus, Nr Coverack: 1 Lesser Whitethroat. (D Wright)

Newlyn Downs: 1 Cuckoo, 2 Song thrush, 6 Chiffchaff, 1 Willow warbler, 7 Meadow Pipit, 2 Skylark, 3 Great tit, 1 Reed Bunting, 5 Yellowhammer (L Sampson)

Bosigran Farm, near Carn Galver: 2 Yellowhammer (G Jones)

St Andrews Pool St Blazey: 2prs of Mute Swan with 3 Cygnets each, 2 Marsh Tit, 1 Nuthatch, 1 f Blackcap, 1 Great Spotted Woodpecker. (S Grose)

Tywardreath: 1 Sparrowhawk. (S Grose)

Dodman Point: 3 Oystercatcher, 1 Kestrel. (S Grose)

Goonbarrow clay works: 1 Buzzard, 3 Blackcap, 2 Chiffchaff, 1 Skylark, 1 Jay. (S Grose)

Rosenannon: 2 Marsh Tit, 1 Nuthatch, 4 Blackcap, 153 Rook. (S Grose)

Belowda: 1 Sparrowhawk. (S Grose)

St Eval: 4 Yellowhammer. (S Grose)

Watergate Bay: 1 Corn Bunting carrying food. (S Grose)

Whipsiderry: 3 Corn Bunting in separate locations, (1 bird very territorial, 2 calling from field). (S Grose)

Downderry: 20 Manx Shearwater and 3 Mediterranean Gulls west, 2 Arctic Skua and 4 Kittiwake east early morning. 2 Whimbrel on the beach. (A Payne)

Lower Tamar Lake: 2 Juvenile Willow Tits on the fat balls, later an adult on the seed feeder. (R Mudge)

Playing Place: Pair of Siskins on bird feeder. (T. Hall)

Clapper marshes, Sladesbridge: Grasshopper Warbler. (P McBreen)

Trevose Head: 1 adult Mediterranean Gull (B Bosisto)