Bird News Sunday 20th March

I A Mediterranean Gull was on rocks outside Pickie breakwater, Bangor, this morning. (Julian Greenwood)

8 Twite were at Whitehead this morning (Brian Murphy)

5 Sandwich Tern and a Grey Plover were at Ballymacormick Point, Co Down (Wilton Farrelly)

A pair of Peregrine Falcons were engaging in courtship at Greencastle, Carlingford Lough - well away from any nest site. (Jim Wells)

A female Brambling was in a garden today at Richhill (Andrew Poots)

A Red Kite (not tagged) was at Munie Road just above Carnageer, Glenarm this afternoon. It was circling loosely with three Buzzards and drifted north towards Carnlough. (Colin Urwin)

A Red Kite was still present just west of the Moira roundabout (Wilton Farrelly)

On the east side of Strangford Lough still 70 Slavonian Grebe (58 between Greyabbey Bay and Kircubbin and12 off Newtownards Sailing Club) and the Spoonbill south of Anne's Point. (Richard Weyl)

The adult Ring-billed Gull was still in Carrickfergus. (Garry Armstrng)

A Wheatear was south of Glenarm (Philip West)

Thanks to Linda Thompson for this pic of Twite at Whitehead and to Guy Hamilton for the female Eider:

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