Bird News Wednesday 30th November

The Ring-necked Duck was still at Lough Cowey. On the Outer Ards between Quintin Bay and Burial Island there was an excellent count of 38 Great-northern Diver, 3 Red-throated Diver and 6 Sandwich Tern. (9 of the G-n Diver were in Quintin Bay, 14 in Knockinelder Bay, 7 in Cloughy Bay, 5 at Portavogie and 3 at Burial Island). Another 2 Sandwich Tern were at Portaferry. (Richard Weyl)
An adult Ring-billed Gull was at Kiltonga, Newtownards this afternoon (Craig Nash)
9 Little Egret were at Larne Lough. An adult Mediterranean Gull was at Sandy Bay, 2 Kingfisher a the Inver River and 2 Jay flew across the road at Red Hall (Cameron Moore).
Several very late Swallow were at Donaghadee Harbour (Mike Crossley).
4 Twite were in Bangor (Name unknown)
The second winter Ring-billed Gull was still at Groomsport (George Gordon)
A female Scaup was at Collectors Bay at the Quoile Pondage and a large flock of Fieldfare and Redwing along Castle Island Road (Spencer and Joan Marshall).
An adult Mediteranean Gull was at Waterloo Bay, Co. Antrim (Gavin Ferguson)
Mediteranean Gull - Gavin Ferguson
30 Common Scoter and a Long-tailed Duck were off Whiteabbey (Irish Birding)
Grey Wagtail, Myroe - Stuart McKee

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