Praa Sands: This weeks extra birds; 56. Manx Shearwater, 57. Red-throated Diver, 58. Blackcap. Still waiting for a swift or two. (Matt Southam)
Foxhole: Three new ones Kestrel, Linnet, Pheasant taking me to 31. (Pete Wilkins)
Falmouth: Update on my garden list total which is now 56. (Greg Wills)
Lostwithiel: Great Black-back Gull over the garden! Now on 42. (Eddy Mayhew)
Marazion: Bringing us up to date on one of our prime coastal locations –
15th April: I managed Shelduck and flyover Greenshank this evening. (Also Coot on main marsh and 3 Common Sandpiper on Longrock but not seen from house unfortunately!)
16th April: Early morning Reed Warbler and Whitethroat only additions should put me 74. Still can’t pick out the Glaucous Gull, either too dull or a heat haze!
17th April: After several false starts, a string of possibles and a couple of probables, I finally nailed a Razorbill on the sea with Guillemots that were close enough to be confident in the id.
18th April: Managed a Swift tucked in with quite a few hirundines (mostly House Martins).
19th April: I finally managed a male Wheatear in the horse paddocks, but still waiting for that Hoopoe that I predicted there, must turn up soon only a matter of time!
21st April: After a lot of help from Linton I finally managed to see the Glaucous Gull in Newlyn and also the pale phase Arctic Skua.
22nd April: New today: Male Marsh Harrier (80) and Basking Shark. Thankfully, Steve Rogers managed to get on the harrier as well, but sadly not aware of any others.
24th April: Had a female Bullfinch this morning, having glimpsed it with UTV (Un-tickable views) a couple of days ago. Great Spotted Woodpeckers were almost daily before lockdown and then suddenly disappeared off the face of the earth, but like London buses, 2 turned up today taking me to 82.
1st Mayl: After a couple of false starts finally managed to nail an identifiable Turnstone. Number 83.
3rd May: After quite a few blank days a bumper haul of Great Skua, Eider and Tufted Duck, which should take me up to 86. Frustratingly the Storm Petrel was in the part of the bay obscured by trees from my house. (Dave Parker)