29th April 2022

Grampound Road: 44. Swallow and 45. House Martin. (Rob Nicholls)

28th April 2022

Tresillian: Two more for my list: Swallow and Greenfinch. (Andrew le Masurier)

Coverack: 5 more added during a brief return to Cornwall over Easter – Swallow, Sedge Warbler, Grey Heron, Mallard and Great Black-backed Gull. (Dan Beadle)

Polbathic: And a Swallow – 58. (Andy Blonden)

27th April 2022

St Germans: On 11th April, a male Blackap began coming to hang upside-down feeding on ivy berries. Then, at last, on 22nd, the previously ever-present Common Sandpiper appeared and today’s brief visit by a Whitethroat brings our total to 57. (Andy Blonden)

Summercourt: Had a magpie in my garden this morning (regrettably just one) so I’m now up to 24! (Nick Wilkins)

23rd April 2022

Summercourt: Can you please add a (male) Blackcap to my list – lovely bird (which takes me to 22). (Nick Wilkins)

18th April 2022

Tresillian: 6 more for my list as follows. Lesser Black-backed Gull, Kestrel, Shelduck, Black-headed Gull, House Sparrow, Grey Heron. (Andrew le Masurier)

Crowlas:Β Swallow and Feral pigeon takes me to 40. (G Healey)

16th April 2022

Grampound Road: 43. Grasshopper Warbler. (Rob Nicholls)

15th April 2022

Liskeard: Please add # 21 to my garden listing. Canada Geese have just flown over the bungalow, en-route from Looe to Siblyback. (Deena Sharp)

11th April 2022

Grampound Road: 41. Kestrel & 42. Mallard. (Rob Nicholls)

2nd April 2022

Crowlas: Grey Heron takes me to 38. (G Healey)

St Germans: Two ‘crackers’ on top of this morning’s spring tide: a Green Sandpiper and – a 47-year first from the garden – a gorgeous male Pintail! So 54 now. (Andy Blonden)

1st April 2022

Grampound Road: Here are my new recent sightings to add: 39. Buzzard & 40. Skylark. (Rob Nicholls)