A Red-eyed Vireo was found in the elm trees beside the toilet block at Porthgwarra on Saturday 15th October by visiting French birder Paul-Elie Jay. After quite a bit of searching I saw it at midday on Sunday typically feeding high in the leaf canopy. As in the states, where they are fairly common, they always associate with smaller passerines and usually lead the flock through the trees. This is the 27th record of the species in Cornwall with Porthgwarra the top site. October is the prime month. The last record was in 2013 at Prussia Cove.