Wednesday 13th July 2022

Wednesday 13th July 2022

Foxhole area: 2 juvenile Little Ringed Plover this morning. (B Bosisto)

St Tudy: 3 Green Woodpecker at Cedar croft nurseries (feeding on ants in Xmas tree field) (S Grose)

Blackacre: 3 Marsh Tit,1 Kestrel.(S Grose)

Tresillian: The shelduck pair with 2 juvs have now successfully fledged and seen flying together. (L Sampson)

Hayle Estuary RSPB: 1 Yellow-legged Gull (juvenile), 2 Whimbrel, 15 Mediterranean Gulls (5 juveniles), 66 Curlew, 10 Oystercatcher (N R Rogers)

Upper Tamar Lake: 2 Willow Tits one juv, 3 Marsh Tits. (R Mudge)

Lower Tamar Lake: 2 Willow Tit, 1 Mute Swan, 1 Kingfisher, 4 Great Crested Grebe. (R Mudge)

Rumps and Pentire: 2 Wood pigeon, 4 Oystercatcher, 1 Black-headed gull, 3 Great black-backed gull, 22 Herring gull, 2 Guillemot, 3 Fulmar, 1 Gannet, 7 Cormorant, 5 Shag, 2 Kestrel, 7 Jackdaw, 6 Carrion crow, 1 Raven, 5 Skylark, 9 Swallow, 6 Stonechat, 6 Wheatear, 1 Pied wagtail, 7 Rock pipit, 45 Linnet, 1 Goldfinch, 3 Grey seal, 1 Small skipper, 3 Large white, 2 Small copper, 2 Common blue, 1 Red admiral, 1 Small tortoiseshell, 25 Gatekeeper, 15 Meadow brown, 3 Six-spot burnet (M Scawen et al.)

Late submission, 12/7, Porthgwarra (12.00 – 15.00): c1,000 Manx Shearwater feeding actively with many pods of Common Dolphin at various distances from shore. C100 Common Dolphin visible at 14.00 from Hella Point. C200 Gannet diving over 1 pod of Dolphin sp at 2 mile distance. A single pod of c4 Bottlenose Dolphin, c10 Harbour Porpoise. (M Coleman)