With the thrush safely in the bag yesterday, I was determined to get across to St. Agnes and jumped on the boat. A swift stroll from the quay and the Short-toed Lark was quickly bagged as it fed with Meadow Pipits.
The next target was the Rose-coloured Starling. A frustrating couple of hours checking every Starling on the island was brightened by cracking views of a Pied Flycatcher and a distant Ring Ouzel.
Our lack of success was explained when the Starling was found feeding on its own on rocks below the cliffs. Great views out in the open. 4 Blackcap were also feeding in a sheltered bush here.
A wander further along the coast gave distant views of 3-4 Common Dolphin and 2 super close Snow Bunting.
A last look at the Lark and a sit in the sun to wait for the boat as 3 Raven idled over Gugh,