|Pallas's Warbler, dark eye stripe, bold supercillium tinged orange towards the forehead, features to compare against the similar looking Yellow-Browed Warbler, apologies for the "record shot" quality|
|Here the central crown stripe is just visible|
Inland, a Merlin was seen around the North End, two Water Rails were heard, two Snipes were flushed from the South End and a Woodcock from Pen Cristin. Overhead passage consisted of just a single Skylark, marking what appears to be the end of their migration over the island. Two Black Redstarts were seen, with a cracking adult male seen in the Lowlands. Aside from the aforementioned Pallas’s Warbler, warblers remained the same with a Yellow-browed Warbler, two Chiffchaffs, a Willow Warbler, 12 Goldcrests and a single Siberian Chiffchaff logged. Some finches were still moving through as well, with such highlights as four Siskins, a Bullfinch and a brace of Crossbills.