Pale-legged Leaf Warbler, Scilly: the individual found dead in the lighthouse garden on St. Agnes on 21/10/16 has been confirmed as a Pale-legged Leaf Warbler by DNA analysis (1st confirmed British and Western Palearctic record)
10 reports returned.
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Mark Telfer lost his mega rare thrush almost as soon as he'd found it, but clinching images remained on his trusty superzoom. read on
Scott Reid reports back on 2015's edition of the Scilly Islanders v Birders football match, and announces the details for the 2016 fixture. read on
Autumn 2015 on St Agnes brought Graham Gordon both success and frustration in equal measure. read on
In the first of two articles summarising his year on St Agnes, Graham Gordon reflects on spring migration and the personal ups and downs surrounding Britain's second Great Blue Heron. read on
Thanks to the efforts of local people and conservationists, seabirds are set to prosper as Scilly's St Agnes and Gugh are officially declared rat-free. read on
Paul Pearson reminisces about a trip to Scilly by helicopter. read on
Graham Gordon looks at some of the less celebrated birds on Scilly in 2011. read on
Join the Steves as they suffer sea-sickness and third-degree burns in the pursuit of petrels. read on
Always carry a bucket of potatoes with you, wherever you go
St Agnes resident and BirdGuides correspondent Graham Gordon has a tip for finding more rarities. log in
Scilly brings sanctuary on the seashore
Graham Gordon updates us on an uninspiring autumn and a catastrophic cold spell on the Isles. log in
A Scilly Diary: As good as it gets
Ross Ahmed presents a short note on the identification of tricky sub-adult skuas. read on
Scilly Diary part IV: and now over to St Mary's
The latest instalment of Graham Gordon's Scillonian adventures. log in
Reds come from behind to snatch victory after City have man sent home
Catch up with BirdGuides correspondent Graham Gordon's account of October's bird highlights on St Agnes, Isles of Scilly. log in
The British Ornithologists' Union Records Committee (BOURC) has accepted the record of a juvenile American Common Snipe Gallinago gallinago delicata on St Mary’s, Scilly, from 9th October 1998 until 7th April 1999 as the first for Britain. read on
A Scilly diary (Part Two): A change of wind; a change of fortune
BirdGuides correspondent Graham Gordon is on the Isles of Scilly. An unpromising summer has finally given way to an autumnal fall. log in
Mark Golley reviews the latest in this excellent series of books, and pronounces it an essential for anyone visiting the area. read on
A Scilly diary (Part One): Red-rumped Swallow Stops Play
BirdGuides correspondent Graham Gordon is on the Isles of Scilly. Read all about it: birds and cricket on the magical islands. log in
The British Ornithologists' Union Records Committee (BOURC) has admitted Fea's Petrel (Pterodroma feae) to Category A of the British List following acceptance of a report off the Scilly Isles in August 2001. read on
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