Bird News for Saturday 21st January

Our thanks to Mark Killops for this wonderful image of Ardglass most famous resident.

Our thanks to Allen Gillespie for his wonderful selection of photos from Ardglass, the place to be at the moment. They are from the top ad Iceland Gull, first winter Kumliens Gull and the now famous Ross's Gull

The adult Ross's Gull was seen all day at Ardglass. A number of Iceland Gulls and Glaucous Gulls were also seen.

Bonaparte's Gull still at Sandy Bay, Larne Lough.

A Little Auk was close to shore at Ramore Head in Portrush this morning and a 1st winter Glaucous Gull and a 1st winter Glaucous x Herring Gull hybrid were at East Strand carpark. 8 Iceland Gulls and 3 Glaucous Gulls were at Corbally Reservoir. (Neal Warnock).

Anns Point at dusk had 30 Whooper Swan and 250 Greylags they flew in from the east. Seen this two weeks ago, anyone knows where they spend the day(K.Bennett)

At Burial Island a 1st year Pomarine Skua chasing Kittiwakes, a Gannet and a Common Scoter. The hybrid Ring-billed Gull and a Gannet were at Millisle.(R.Weyl)

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