The Rose-coloured Starling is still in the recently cut fields at Blackwood near Bangor this morning. Traffic is very busy along the road here and great care should be taken when viewing the fields. (Dave Weir). The bird was still present at 5:50pm and seen on the roof of the farm sheds. (Bob Watts).
A male Lesser Scaup was on the pool below the viewing platform at Portmore Lough RSPB this evening. (Garry Armstrong).
Thanks to Ed O'Hara for the pictures of the Lesser Scaup, to Juliet Fleming for the picture of the Sedge Warbler and to Alastair McLean for the picture of the Razorbill:
The Rose-coloured Starling was still in the same recent cut fields near Blackwood, Bangor this morning. (James Andrew / Derek Polley) The Rosy Starling was still present this evening at the same location as last night. It roosted close by (Philip West)
A Red Kite was just north of Seaforde, County Down this afternoon. (Gilly Irwin)
The Osprey was seen at Woodburn at 2:45 (Kevin Rice \ Derek Polley)
Our thanks to Derek Polley for the photo of the Arctic Tern which have returned to the WoW RSPB reserve.
Thanks to Kevin Rice who managed to picture the Woodburn Osprey catch a fish this afternoon:
Below are more pictures of the Rose-coloured Starling near Craigantlet. Please note if you are going to try to see this bird it was only viewable from the side of a very busy road this evening. Take extreme care in parking or standing anywhere along this road.
Two Cuckoo were in the Antrim Hils (Linda Thompson)
41 Sanderling were at Kearney (Wilton Farrelly).
A Wood Sandpiper was at Paddy's Dub, Lough Beg, this afternoon. (David Steele).
Two Whimbrel were in Killough Harbour (Chris Murphy)
An Osprey was seen at Woodburn Reservoir, Carrickfergus (George Stewart)
A male Black Redstart was seen near Lisnagleer village between Dungannon and Cookstown. A Stock Dove was also in Dungannon today (David Shilliday)
Cuckoo, Linda Thompson:
The Great White Egret was opposite the hide at the Bann estuary this morning. (Richard Donaghey).
A female Great Spotted Woodpecker was visiting a garden feeder at Lord Wardens, Bangor (Erin Thompson).
An immature Mediterranean Gull was in the channel about 1 mile south of Newry towards Warrenpoint this morning. (Dermot Hughes).
An adult Mediterranean Gull was at Islandmagee causeway this afternoon. (Dakota Reid)
A Great White Egret was this evening opposite the hide at Bann Estuary for 20 minutes. Based on bill colour, it is believed to be different to the bird seen earlier today and yesterday. Also present were a Curlew Sandpiper and Whimbrel. (John Spottiswood)
Thanks to Richard Donaghey for the picture of the Great White Egret and to Dakota Reid for the picture of the Mediterranean Gull: