Monday 21st June 2021

Late News, 21/06, East Bodmin Moor: 6+ pairs of Wheatear with juveniles, 12+ Yellowhammer, Breeding Skylark ( 6 pairs seen) 2 pairs with fledged Meadow Pipits. 2 pairs of feeding Willow Tit, 2 Redstarts with fledglings. (S Sanderson)

Wheatears – Steven Sanderson

Marazion Marsh RSPB: Black-winged Stilt this afternoon. (J Parker et al) in addition, 7 Sanderling (most full sun plum), 1 Dunlin, 3 1s Med Gull on the beach. (R Veal, R Augarde) Also, 1 Water Shrew ran across path, (all black so presumed juvenile). (T Mills)

Black-winged Stilt – Dave Flumm

Black-winged Stilt – Mike Spicer

Helston Boating Lake: drake Scaup, female Ruddy Shelduck, and drake Ferruginous Duck of unknown origin still this afternoon. (M Greenhalgh)

St Just (Carn Bosavern): 1 Swift and 1 Sky Lark. (T Murray)

Canonstown: 2 Siskin in finch flock visiting a feeder in a private garden. (J Munday)

Porthleven: 6 Swift over this afternoon also 1 Lime Hawk-Moth. (B Nicholls)

Drift Reservoir: 120 Swift. (D Flumm)

St Issey: 1m and 1f Yellowhammer visiting a private garden. (R Grasham)

Redruth: 1m Siskin visiting feeders in a private garden. (M Greenhalgh)

Male Siskin – Mel Greenhalgh

Siblyback Reservoir: 2 Common Tern at the Dam End. (R Bishop)

Kingsmill Lake: 1 adult Common Tern, 4 Mediterranean Gull, 21 Curlew, 9 Shelduck & a juvenile Peregrine (P Kemp)

Crackington Haven: 40+ Swift flying high over higher Crackington this evening. (J&B Teague)

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