Marazion: Tawny Owl calling at 06:00. (DK Parker) 1 male Merlin west past Rosehill. (P Fraser)
Nanjizal: 1 Woodcock, 9 Snipe , 10 Lapwing , 1 Green Sandpiper, 2 Yellow-browed Warbler , 1 Green Woodpecker , 6 Brambling , 2 Redpoll , 1 Crossbill , 1 American Buff-bellied Pipit (found by Kester Wilson at 07:30), then seen flying towards Trevilley at 10:08. Please keep to public rights of way. (B Bosisto)
Land’s End: Grey Catbird showed well at 08.30 at Treve Common. Also Swallow over. (T Raven) Short-eared Owl also reported.
Crowlas (vismig 07:20-08:15): 1 male Merlin, 1 Reed Bunting, 63 Redwing, 4 Fieldfare, c670 Wood Pigeon, 36 Stock Dove, 1 Lapwing, 1 Cormorant, 2 Grey Wagtail, 31 Skylark. (R Veal)
Porthgwarra: 3 Yellow-browed Warbler, c12 Chiffchaff, 3 Blackcap, 5 Goldcrest, 2 Water Rail, 22 Golden Plover, 1 Merlin, 1 Peregrine, 2+ Great Spotted Woodpecker, 1 Mistle Thrush. (DK Parker) 5 Short-eared Owl reported by the dried up pool.
Sancreed: Westerly passage of 2020 Woodpigeon, 114 Stock Dove, 37 Skylark, c2000 Starling, 60 Chaffinch. In area 3 Snipe, 1 Golden Plover, 20 Fieldfare, 45 Redwing, 8 Song Thrush, 25 Blackbird, 2 Stonechat. (D Flumm)
Gurnard’s Head: Merlin over east. (R Augarde)
Land’s End: 3 Kestrel, 1 f Merlin, 20 Stock Dove, 4 Swallow. (P Taylor, H Mitchell)
Polgigga: 8 Crossbill over Trebehor Moor. (M Wallace)
Drift Reservoir (members only): 1w drake Ring-necked Duck still plus Curlew Sandpiper and 2 Dunlin. (M Ahmad)
St Gothian Sands LNR: 8 Whooper Swan over SW and landed on Gwithian Towans on grass field behind Sunset Surf. (MJ Spicer)
Rock, Sandy Hills: 3 Cattle Egret in field opp holiday lets at 14:15. (S Grose)
Wadebridge: 24 Cattle Egret in field adjacent to road down to Trewornan Bridge at 14:50. (S Grose)
Tregonetha Downs: 1 Short-eared Owl. (S Grose)
Loe Pool: 2 Goosander (m & f), 28 Pochard, (A Witheywood)
Marazion Marsh RSPB: Bittern flew across Longrock Pool. (R Mawer) Also 4 Tufted Duck still. (DK Parker) 1 Barn Owl. (B Bosisto) Also Osprey reported flying north at 16:45 and a probable Rosy Starling briefly. (S Foote)
Kynance Cove: Barred Warbler in flight by white house near bridge at 13:15. Also 3 Woodlarks over.
Hayle Estuary RSPB: Great White Egret on Ryan’s Field and Spoonbill still.
Stithians Reservoir: Temminck’s Stint still at the southern end.
Cot Valley: Yellow-browed Warbler still by ruin at 08:40.
Church Cove: 1 Siberian Chiffchaff, 1 Yellow Browed Warbler. (M Pass)
Lizard: 2 Redpoll, 4 Brambling, 25 Reed Bunting, 1 Merlin, 4 Goldcrest, 5 Chiffchaff. ( M Pass )
Constantine: 1 Firecrest, 1 Brambling. (D Collins)
Goonhilly: Flock of 15 Crossbill in flight, then landed Croft Pascoe wood. (S Williams)
Men-an-Tol: Ringtail Hen Harrier again. Also 2 male Hen Harrier and 1 Short-eared Owl this evening. (P St Pierre)
Lower Tamar Lake: 1m Goosander (first this winter), 1 Fieldfare, 1 Goldcrest, 2f Tufted Duck, 2 Little Grebe, 17 Moorhen, 48 Wigeon, 25 Mallard, 7 Great Crested Grebe, 15 Black-headed Gull, c150 Canada Geese, 9 Shoveler, 34 Coot, 1 Cormorant, 1 Mute Swan, 1 Kingfisher, 6 Teal, 2 Willow Tit, 1 Great Black-backed Gull, 1 Grey Heron. (R Mudge)
Tregeseal: 1 Black Redstart, 1 Fieldfare, 1 Grey Wagtail, 6 Chough. (D Flumm)
Godolphin Cross: 3 Firecrest this morning in a private garden. (C Richards)
Truro: 1 m Blackcap in a private garden, first seen here this winter. (D Jenkins)
St Merryn: 2 Woodcock flushed. 14 Long-tailed Tits and 3 Bullfinch. (R Hughes)
Penryn: Presumably recently fledged Herring Gulls W220 and W221 on roofs of nearby estate cars in Asda car park this afternoon. (D Chaney)
Playing Place: 1 Barn Owl. (M Jones)
Zennor: 1 Buzzard. (S Perry)
Looe River: 1 male Kingfisher, 1 female Wigeon, 2 Little Grebe, 2 Shelduck, 7 Curlew, 6-7 Redshank, 2 leucistic Carrion Crow, 1 juv Shag. (I Juliane)
Looe, Hannafore: 1 Ringed Plover, 1 Dunlin with several Turnstone, 2 Meadow Pipit, several Rock Pipit, 1 Kestrel, 1 Curlew. (I Juliane)
Penzance: After two years of poor crops, the Holm oaks in town have many acorns this year. As a result of this, the local jays are busy caching them. Impossible to know how many birds or where they have all come from but there is a continual stream of them to be seen from our windows, up to four at a time. Most acorns are carried off but also buried near by, as in our lawn. Normally, the jay is a very secretive bird, I very rarely see them in spring or summer, but every October, depending on the acorn crop, they come in to town in some numbers, sharing the acorns with wood pigeons, ie fifteen pigeons in one tree, two days ago. (R Phillips)