Tuesday 15th June 2021

Tuesday 15th June 2021

Late News, 13/6, Helston: 8 Red Kites circling and a further 2 Red Kites at Culdrose. (C Morgado)

Late News, 14/6, Biscovey, St Blazey: 1 Red Kite. (I Bennallick)

Nanjizal: Hobby over at 13.30 and c30 Red Kites throughout the morning. (R Veal, J Overfield)

A30: Red Kite soaring over A30 between Alturnum and Callington junctions at 9.30. (J Stedman)

Callestick: Red Kite over at 12.20. (T Wilson)

Bottallack: 4 Red Kites circling low over the road to pick up road kill. (G Charman)

Laninval, west of Bodmin: 1 Red Kite. (I Bennallick)

St Just: 4 Red Kites over Carn Bosavern + Willow Warbler. (T Murray)

Eden Project: 2 Red Kites over at 9:00am. (A Wagstaff)

Levant: 15 Red Kites over fields at Nineveh at 10.40 heading towards Pendeen. (M Cavell)

Newquay: 2 Red Kites over Trellogan at 10.00am. (D Ensor)

Camborne: Red Kite over Penponds high towards Camborne. (J Souch)

St Mawgan: 2 Red Kites over to the north at 10.00am. (L Curry)

Polkerris: Red Kite up valley at 17.45. (P Blay)

Camborne: 1 Red Kite to the northwest of the town at 0923 this morning. (D King)

Sancreed: 10 Red Kite west, Garden Warbler at Trannack Farm with 12 Helmeted Guineafowl in fields. (D Flumm)

Hayle, Carnsew Pool: Red Kite. (D Flumm)

Red Kites – Gail Charman

Red Kite – Dave Flumm

Helston Boating Lake: 1 drake Scaup, 1 Ruddy Shelduck, 5 Tufted Duck, 4 broods of Coot of varying ages (5, 6, 2 and 2 chicks), Mute Swan incubating. (D Eva). Also, 2 Red Kites, escaped Ferruginous Duck and 8 Muscovey Duck. (D Flumm)

Loe Pool: Great Crested Grebe – adult with pullus and 2 other pulli independent, Mallard with 3 ducklings. (D Flumm)

Feock: Partially leucistic juvenile starling in private garden one year to the day since a completely leucistic juvenile appeared there. (K Dalziel)

Starling – Kate Dalziel

Lower Tamar Lake: 5 Great Crested Grebe, 2 Mute Swan, 1 Grey Heron, 12 Mallard, 1 Pied Wagtail, 2 Robin, 3 Nuthatch, 8 Chaffinch, 1 Willow Tit, 1 Great Tit, 1 Wren, 1 Great Spotted Woodpecker, 2 Coal Tit. (R Mudge)

Roche: Hobby over north. (J Rance)

Maer Lake: Probable Cape Shelduck of unknown origin. (M Mullard)

Probable Cape Shelduck – Martin Mullard

Wadebridge: 1 Sparrowhawk East over Treraven Meadows this am. (S Grose)

St Enodoc Golf Course: m Yellowhammer (singing nr the 9th tee on the Holywell or short course). (S Grose)

Rock: 2 Sparrowhawk locking talons high over a private garden, 3 Great spotted Woodpecker. (S Grose)

St Dennis: 21 Swift. (J Howells)

Downderry: 26 Swifts flew west over the sea early morning. (A Payne)