The breeze backing to the south east this morning brought a trickle of migrants to the islands, including 6 Willow Warblers, a Whitethroat and a Wheatear. About 40 passing Swallows and a House Martin joined the local breeding birds and their recently fledged offspring to feed over the highest part of the island. The 2 Robins that were ringed were undoubtably also migrants as none had been seen here for some weeks now. Other records today were 3 Pied Wagtails, a White Wagtail, a Goldfinch and a Rock Pipit. Six Gannets were the only significant sightings on the sea.
|young Swallow (CJ)|
|Magpie moth (CJW)|
Ringed: 4 Willow Warblers, 2 Robins, 1 Whitethroat, 1 Linnet,1 Dunnock [ 328-27 ]