Bird News Monday 1st July

The drake Ring-necked Duck was still at Kinnego Bay, Oxford Island (Birdguides)

24 Whimbrel, 4 Black-tailed Godwit, 2 Med Gull & 3 Greenshank (one colour-ringed) were at Glynn this afternoon. (Adam McClure).

A single Crossbill flew over Main Street in Tempo, Co. Fermanagh today. (Colin Bell).

 1 Great Skua was at Black Head near Whitehead causing havoc among group of 100 Manx Shearwaters. (Ian Enlander).

At Briggs Rocks a dark phase Arctic Skua flew past very high towards Copeland Sound. (Colin Guy).

10 Turnstone, 15 Greenfinch, 2 Yellowhammer and 2 Bullfinch were at Camphill Community at Craigavad. (Warren Rainey).

A Red-throated Diver and a blue fulmar were off Fair Head. (Kerry Leonard).
Thanks to today's photographers, to Christine Cassidy for the pictures of the Common Sandpiper and the Great Skua, to Alistair Prentice for the picture of the sunbathing Meadow Pipit, to Ian Jackson for the picture of the Sparrowhawk, to Mervyn Campbell for the picture of the Song Thrush and to Tom McCreery for the picture of the Yellowhammer. You can see more NI bird pictures at

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