|Dotterel (centre bird, with Golden Plover) - Myroe|
3 Swifts were at Cloughfern. (Jim McKeown).
2 Cuckoo and a Grasshopper Warbler were at Armaghbrague Fews Forest, Co. Armagh. (Joe Devlin).
A singing Reed Warbler was at Tullyratty Dam. A Whooper Swan and a Little Egret were at Strand Lough and a Scaup was at the Quoile. (Richard Wyle).
At Ballyquintin Point were 2 Short Eared Owl, 35 Tree Sparrow, 30+ Shelduck, 40+ Swallow, a House Martin, a Yellowhammer, 2 Common Tern and 2 Cormorant. (David McCormick).
3 Common Sandpiper and a Buzzard were at Corbet Lough outside Bannbridge. (David McCready).
A Cuckoo, 3 Wheatear, a Kestrel and a Jay were at Llendrum Wind Farm near Fivemiletown this afternoon. (Colin Bell).
A Short-eared Owl was at the Groomsport end of Ballymacormick Point (Dot Blakely).
On the Antrim side of Belfast Lough 5 Long-tailed Duck were at Greenisland Sea Park (Gerard McGeehan).
A first-year Iceland Gull was at Corbally Dam near Portrush (Colin Guy).
Yesterday a second-year Iceland Gull was in flight between the harbour and the castle at Dunseverick and 25 Whimbrel were at Ballintoy (Colin Guy).
In south Down 30 Pale-bellied Brent were still at Newcastle (David Gillespie).
In Donegal an Osprey was at the lake at Glenveagh before flying off west. (Brad Robson).
3 Grasshopper Warbler, a Redpoll and a Stonechat were at Slievenacloy Nature Reserve. (Mark Elliott).
Thanks to Mark Elliott, Mark Killops, Alistair Prentice, Ed O'Hara, Christine Cassidy and David McCormick for today's pictures.
|Redpoll - Mark Elliott|
|Stonechat - Mark Elliott|
|Common Tern - Mark Killops|
|Willow Warbler - Alistair Prentice|
|Common Tern - Alistair Prentice|
|White Wagtail - Ed O'Hara|
|Common Sandpipers - Ed O'Hara|
|Grey Wagtail - Christine Cassidy|
|Dipper - Christine Cassidy|
|Cormorant - David McCormick|
|Willow Warbler - Christine Cassidy|