NI mega: A Red-rumped Swallow was seen this morning for a total of 30 minutes flying round a garden near Strangford Village, Co Down. (Craig Nash). It is worthwhile looking out in the wider area inc Castle Ward / Quoile where there are large numbers of Hirundines.
The drake Garganey was still at Inch, Co Donegal (Christine Cassidy and Theo Campbell)
Unusually, a pair of Ravens nested in a Scots Pine in a garden in Newcastle and the young are just about to fly. (Jim Wells)
Six Sanderling, 11 Ringed Plover and 4 Dunlin were at Ballyholme beach (George Henderson)
The first-summer Little Gull, a Sedge Warbler and a Carrion Crow were at Glynn in Larne Lough (Cameron Moore)A Cuckoo was at Crocknafeola Wood between Hilltown and Kilkeel in the Mourne Mountains (Ann McComb)
A White Wagtail was at Greencastle, Co Down (Ian Jackson)
Thanks to Dick Glasgow for this pic of a Swallow, Christine Cassidy for the Garganey, Ian Jackson for the White Wagtail and Sean Hennessy for the pictures of the Osprey: