A walk between Scarva and Lough Shark produced 9 Blackcap,7 Chiffchaff,52 Willow Warbler,2 Buzzard,4 Grey Heron and a Long-tailed Tit. 120 hirundines were over Lough Shark - mainly Swallow but also Sand and House Martin (Fulton Somerville).
6 White Wagtail, 10 Swallow and 3 Black-tailed Godwit (the latter unusual there) were at Briggs Rocks near Groomsport. (Colin Guy).
Yesterday an Iceland Gull was in a ploughed field near the Giant's Causeway and 2 Sand Martins and 3 Swallows were around Runkerry headland. (Robert Scott).
Thanks to Mike Pringle, Mark Elliott, Stuart McKee, Christine Cassidy, Margaret Adamson and Alistair Prentice for today's selection of photographs.
|Short Eared Owl - Mike Pringle|
|Sparrowhawk that joined Mark Elliott at work.|
|Iceland & Glaucous Gulls - Stuart McKee|
|Rock Pipit - Christine Cassidy|
|Black Headed Gull - Margaret Adamson|
|Black Guillemot - Christine Cassidy|
|Blackcap - Margaret Adamson|
|Mute Swan - Margaret Adamson|
|Classic Robin shot - Alistair Prentice|