Third trip to Bryher, this time i was up for the Blackpoll Warbler, Coal Tits still to back it up though. Quite a few birders searched, but didnt find the Blackpoll all day! Luckily the back-up, the Coal Tits, fell into place this time. A friend told me that he had seen them in the pines, further along the track from where i was. I took a walk along, and they showed really well, with any even showier Goldcrest. The Coal Tits are of the Irish form hibernicus, which shows more yellow in the cheeks, and slightly diferent colouration elsewhere too.