Three Garganey were very close and watchable at the east end of Reedy Flats; also 12 Ruff, 5 Goldeneye, a Wigeon and 10 Common Swift there. Oxford Island had 2 Reed Warblers showing; also one Ruff and 20 Common Terns. (Oscar Campbell)
Three Ruff and a Little Egret were at Belfast Harbour estate (Wilton Farrelly)
A Spotted Redshank was at Whitehouse Lagoon. 4 Swift were over Skegoneill Avenue in Belfast (Stuart McKee)The immature Spoonbill was at the Quoile Pondage. In Strangford Narrows 3 Little Egret were at Cloghy Rocks and a juvenile Ruff, 200 Sandwich Tern, a Greenshank, Peregrine, 30 Dunlin and 70 Ringed Plover at Kilclief (Gerard McGeehan)
Two Ruff were at Lough Mourne (Neal Warnock)
Conditions look excellent for a sea watch on the north coast tomorrow, particularly with the possibility of an elusive NI Cory's.
Thanks to Christine Cassidy for this pic of a Purple Sandpiper: