Bird News Sunday 26th January

The Pacific Diver is still present at Lough Fea, Co Tyrone (Ian Graham / Ed O'Hara / Mark Killops)

The Siberian Chiffchaff was still showing at Rockport School at the coastal path near Holywood (Ian Graham)

8 Yellowhammers were in a garden at Richhill, Co.Armagh. (Andrew Poots)

2 Twite were at Glenarm and a female Goosander offshore (Neal Warnock)

A little egret was at the floodgates, Newtownards and 2 more were at Pattons Marsh. (Karl Martin)

A second-winter Iceland Gull was at the slipway in Whitehead (Cameron Moore)

4 Pink-footed Geese were at the swan-fields at the Creagh near Toome (Mark Smyth, Gary Brown)

A mixed flock of c150 Fieldfare and mistle thrushes were near kearney today (Chris Henry)

For anyone interested in Ireland's First successful breeding White Tailed Eagles, please see the previous blog post.

Thanks to Ed O'Hara for the top pic of the Pacific Diver, Mark Killops for the second one and Karl Martin for the Little Egret:

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