Bird News for Saturday 10th March

Late news for yesterday - The Bonaparte's Gull was on the shore at Ballygalley before flying off south (Hill Dick, Peter Robinson) and the Rough-legged Buzzard was again at Chapel Island, Strangford Lough (Birdguides)
At Reedy Flats, Lough Neagh this mroning were the Tundra Bean Goose, 3 Pinkfeet, 2 Greenland Whitefronts, 27Russian Whitefronts, 300 Curlew and 40 Black-tail Godwit (Ed O'Hara)
At the Bann Estuary were an adult Ring-billed Gull, a 1st winter Iceland Gull and a 1st winter and 2nd winter Mediteranean Gulls. (Neal Warnock)

Greyabbey Bay had 36 Slavonian grebe. The 4 Russian Whitefronts were still with the Greylag flock south of Annes Point. (Richard Weyl)
A Black Redstart was at Blackhead, Co Antrim (Paul McCullogh)
3 Crossbills were this afternoon at Clabby Mountain, near Clabby Co Fermanagh. A male was doing a song flight (Colin Bell)
The flock of 40 Snow Buntings was still at the old landfill site along Hightown Road above Glengormley (Larry Toal)
Corbally Resevoir Portrush had 14 Iceland Gull, a Glaucous Gull and a leucistic Herring Gull. A 1st winter Iceland and a 1st winter Mediteranean Gull were at Runkerry Point. (Neal Warnock)

Geese at Reedy Flats, Lough Neagh - Ed O'Hara
Little Egret, Quoile - Tony Donaldson

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