Paul Freestone found this stunning Isabelline Wheatear on Godrevy head on 20th October. This is the second record of the species in the county. The first was within a whisker of 20 years ago at Church Cove, Lizard. (29th Oct 1996) and seen then by just a handful of birders. This long overdue species was enjoyed by many birders yesterday as it fed freely across the whole headland. It follows several other records mainly on the UK east coast and continues the strong easterly theme of birding this Autumn.
Isabelline Wheatear, Godrevy, October 2016.
Images taken with Nikon D500, 500mm F4, 1.4x Teleconverter.