Ramore Head after 7pm had 2 Great Skua. 3 Arctic Skua and 2 Leach's Petrel (Colin Guy)
At the East Strand carpark, Portrush, there was a Ring-billed Gull and eight Sandwich Terns amongst the resting Common and Black-headed Gull flock (Ken Perry and Peter Robinson).
Portstewart Point had 2 Great Skua, 6 Arctic Skua, a Pomarine Skua, a Sooty Shearwater, a Leach's Petrel, 6 Sanderling, 2 Wigeon, 6 Bar-tailed Godwit, 2 Red-throated Diver, a Great Northern Diver, 90 Manx Shearwater, 50 Arctic Tern and 2 Sandwich Tern (Stuart McKee).
Slightly further afield at Melmore Head Co.Donegal a sea-watch for 7 hrs produced,50 bonxies
17 arctic skua, 2possible Long-tailed Skua( too distant to be sure)17 sooty shearwater,11LeachesPetrel,78 Arctic Tern, 10 Red-throadted Diver,a GN Diver, 4 Scoter,5 Brent.(E.Randall)
At Strangford Lough 10 Grey Heron, a Little Egret, 10 Linnet, a large flock of Turnstone and 100 House Martin were at Gibbs Island (Spencer and Joan Marshall).
At Larne Lough 2 Knot, 52 Pale-bellied Brent, 48 Greylag, a Greenshank, 38 Dunlin, 12 Bar-tailed Godwit, 7 Black-tailed Godwit and 118 Curlew were at the salt lagoons a mile north of Ballycarry Bridge (Cameron Moore). 13 Little Egret were also noted there (Cameron Moore, Lowell Mills). A Kingfisher was along the shore coming into Glynn (Lowell Mills).
Jubilee Wood in Whitehead had a female Hen Harrier, 2 Buzzard, 7 Reed Bunting, 35 Linnet and 2 Carrion Crow (Cameron Moore).
Our thanks for to-days photographers from the top Tom McCreery -Meadow Pipit. Alistair Prentice- Wheatear and Christine Cassidy for the the Ringed Plover,all wonderful images.