Thursday 3rd March 2016

Jericho Farm: 1 3w American Herring Gull. (M Ahmad)

Perranuthnoe: 1 Hudsonian Whimbrel on rocks to east of beach. (D Britten) Also 1 Eurasian Whimbrel reported.

Hayle Estuary RSPB: 2 redhead Goosander, 1 imm Spoonbill and 1 Greenshank on Lelant Salting. (MJ Spicer) Also Spoonbill later on Ryan’s field plus pr mating Wren. (A James) Also 1 Kingfisher reported.

1  AJ4_5033 800x800Spoonbill, Alan James 2  AJ4_5075 800x800Spoonbill, Alan James 3  AJ4_5185 800x800cWren, Alan James

St Erth: 1 Sparrowhawk, 44 Stock Dove and 4 Skylark. (MJ Spicer) Also 1 f Blackcap reported in private garden.

Seaton: 3 Red-throated Diver and 1 Great Northern Diver. (R Smaldon)

Crowlas: 1m Sparrowhawk and c250 Redwing to roost (R Veal)

Bodmin Moor, Temple roadworks: c300 Starling with c200 Redwing plus 2 Raven over and 2 (m+f) Kestrel (R Veal)

Pendower Beach: 2m Velvet Scoter, 1m Common Scoter, 1 Red-necked Grebe, 14 Black-throated diver, 2 Great Northern Diver and 1 Slavonian Grebe. (R Wilkins)

Siblyback Lake: 1 redhead Smew. (D Julian)

Saltash: 1 Yellow-browed Warbler at China Fleet Club.

Cot Valley: 1 Firecrest.

Tehidy Woods: 1 Green Woodpecker. (P Dinning)

Green Woodpecker Video, Paul Dinning
Tresemple Pool: 1 Yellow-browed Warbler still.

St Ives: 1 m Black Redstart still by the NCI Lookout.

Penzance: 1 Black Redstart still by the railway station.

Falmouth, Florence Place: 1 Black Redstart. Swanpool: 15 Fulmar on cliffs and 7 Turnstone. Falmouth Bay: 8 Great Northern Diver distantly. Pennance Point: 2 probable Common Scoter W, 40+ Common Dolphin East, 4 Bottlenose Dolphin distantly, 1 Guillemot on sea, 29 Shag, 1 Kingfisher, 2 Linnet singing and 1 Skylark singing. (D Chaney)

Maenporth: 1 Great Northern Diver, 1 Stonechat, 1 f Black Redstart, 1 Peregrine qnd 1 Fulmar on cliffs. (D Chaney)

Bream Cove: 2 Great Northern Diver. (D Chaney)

Rosemullion Head: 15 Turnstone, 4 Purple Sandpiper and 2 Stonechat (mf). (D Chaney)

Prisk Cove: 15 Turnstone (presumed same birds as earlier), 3 Ringed Plover and 4 Curlew. (D Chaney)

The Helford River: 2 Firecrest near Shag Rock, 5 Great Northern Diver near the mouth and 1 Red-necked Grebe near Durgan. (D Chaney)

MJS & TDM