At Ballycarry Bridge The Great White Egret was still present and at Glynn Station the female Goosander. The juvenile Glaucous Gull Was at Burger King, Coleraine (Tom Ennis / Guy Hamilton)
An Iceland Gull was at Parklake Dungannon today (David Shilliday)
19 Pinkfooted Geese were at Steele’s Point Islandmagee today and the Great White Egret at Ballycarry Bridge (Cameron Moore)
2 juv Iceland gulls are at Enniskillen dump, Co Fermanagh (Brad Robson).
A Short-eared Owl was a mile east of the north end of Lough Beg over the B52 Largy Road. (John Spottiswood)
The Great White Egret was still at Portmore Lough (David Gotto / Michael Latham)
Great White Egret, David Gotto:
Great White Egret, Michael Latham:
The Great White Egret and the Marsh Harrier were both still at Portmore Lough RSPB reserve today. (Brad Robson).
The 8 Buzzards and 11 Grey Herons are still in a field at Flatfields between Moira and Hillsborough. . Also circa 500 Golden Plover and over 100 Lapwing also present. (Juliet Fleming).
Five Long-eared Owls were in Coleraine and a Merlin was between Portrush and Portstewart. )John Clarke).
The Spotted Redshank was giving good views at Ardilea, Dundrum North Inner Bay. (David Nixon)
Three Great Northern Divers were in and around Portrush harbour. (David Hill).
Three Pinkfeet were with 155 Greylags and 600 Whoopers at Myroe. 15 Slavonian Grebes were offshore. Six Stock Dove were near the Burnfoot River. (Richard Gray).
The Great White Egret was still at Ballycarry Bridge. (Cameron Moore),
Yesterday a Swallow was at Whitehead. (Cameron Moore).
Thanks to Juliet Fleming for the picture of the Buzzard, to John Stewart for the pictures of the Long-eared Owl and the Merlin, to David Nixon for the picture of the Spotted Redshank and to David Hill for the picture of the Great Northern Diver:
The Marsh Harrier and Great White Egret were still at Portmore (Garry Wilkinson / Nigel Moore)
Two adult and two 1st winter Mediterranean Gulls were on Ballyholme beach at Bangor. (James Andrew)
2 Great Northern Divers were off Church Island, Lough beg and a ring-tailed Hen Harrier was also present (Garry Wilkinson / Nigel Moore)
An extremely late Swallow was at Killough. A Great Northern Diver was at Ardglass (Margaret Adamson)
A Great White Egret was at the west end of lower Lough Erne today also a Great Norther Diver Co.Fermanagh (Brad Robson)
Lough Shore Park, Belfast Lough had 1 Slavonian Grebe, 1 adult winter Med Gull, 1 second winter Med. Gull, a Great Northern, 3 Red Throated Divers and a good count of 26 Common Scoter (Stuart McKee)
The Great White Egret was still at Ballycarry (Cecil Smyth)
Swallow, Margaret Adamson:
Siskin, Fulton Sommerville:
Great Northern Diver, Kenny Moore:
The Great White Egret is still present at Ballycarry and giving excellent views, the Goosander remains at Glynn.(Richard Hunter)
A high count of 8 Buzzards (Buteo buteo) in a field between Moira & Hillsborough, County Down. 50+ Whooper, 200 Lapwing, 500 Golden Plover.(Kevin Kirkham)
The Greenland White-fronted Goose is still at St John's Point along with 30 Whooper Swan.(Michael Latham).
The Great White Egret and the Marsh Harrier were both still present at Portmore Lough RSPB reserve.(Seamus O'Hara)
Our thanks to Richard Hunter for the GWE pic , to Michael Latham for the White-fronted Goose, also to Richard Donaghey for the Glaucous Gull. Bottom photo kindly send in by Linda Thompson is off the GWE at Portmore Lough