Garden Listing 8th June 2021

Lanlivery: First new species for over a month. Two Swifts overhead, brings the total to 57 species (I seem to have lucked out on the Red Kites this year!). (Phil McVey)

Liskeard: Number 36 is a Song Thrush, singing from across the valley today. (Deena Sharp)

Garden Listing 6th June 2021

Constantine: When out for a walk a couple of days ago I noticed a Whitethroat singing in a hedge on the opposite side of the valley to our house, about 800m away. Today, I was able to see it in song flight from the house through my telescope! So the list moves to 60. (David Collins)

Coverack: A very distant singing Willow Warbler for 67. (Dan Beadle)

Thursday 10th June 2021

Late news 09/06 Lower Tamar Lake: 4 juv Nuthatch at the hide feeders waiting for an adult to feed them, 1 Willow Tit, 2 Marsh Tit, 4 Chaffinch, 2 Robin, 4 Coal Tit, 3 Grey Wagtail two adults feeding one juv. 5 Tufted Duck 4m 1f, 1 Moorhen, 14 Mallard, 3 Great Crested Grebe, 1 Song Thrush, 5 Jackdaw, 1 Grey Heron.(R Mudge)

St Merryn: Single Rosy Starling visiting feeders in a private garden near St Merryn yesterday and again today. (per J Rance)

Rosy Starling, Adrian Langdon

Rosy Starling, Adrian Langdon

Rosy Starling, Adrian Langdon

Lanhydrock: Golden Oriole seen on grass verge in main carpark of Lanhydrock House early morning (D Jeffery)

Lizard village: 1 Rosy Starling still present near thatched cottage (D Collins)

Rosy Starling, David Collins

Sancreed: m Siskin. (D Flumm)

Drift Reservoir: Hobby, Water Rail calling, 2 Great Crested Grebe, 2 Little Grebe, 3 Mallard, 28 Canada Geese, 50 Swift, 10 House Martin. (D Flumm)

Hobby, Dave Flumm

Porthpean: 1 Red Kite ( P Wilkins )

Hayle Causeway:  Mediterranean Gull. (C Richards)

Kingsmill lake: 3 Curlew, 1 Whimbrel, 1 Greenshank, 1 Oystercatcher, 2 Cormorant, 2 Grey Heron, 27 Herring Gull & 1 singing Reed Warbler (P Kemp)