The weather improved rapidly and sunny by the time we docked at St Agnes. Straight over to the Garrison where I had brief views of both Vireo, but lacking patience to wait long for a photo I headed off around the island. I returned several times, but was always just missing one showing well.
The Lesser Yellowlegs, Curlew Sandpiper and Little Stint were still on the Big Pool.
At St Warna Cove a Red-backed Shrike was butchering a Wren. Excellent, but distant views and just phonescoped shots.
No sign of the Red-breasted Flycatcher in the garden it was in on Sunday, but a Redstart was in the next-door garden. A Pied Flycatcher was a regular around the school house.
Waiting for the last boat of the day meant that there were just a few of us left to witness the amazing sight of two Red-eyed Vireo chasing each other through the elms.
That was a good day!