Bird News Saturday 29th October

A Yellow-browed Warbler was in the Sycamore Tree opposite the Coastal Zone in Portrush, a Snow Bunting was at Ramore Head. (Matthew Tickner)

A Yellow-browed Warbler was trapped on Copeland Bird Observatory this morning. (Richard Donaghey).

The juvenile Little Stint was still present at Belfast Lough RSPB WOW reserve this morning. (Tom Ennis).

A Pink-footed Goose was with 20 Greylags at Begney Lough near Dromara. (David Nixon).

A Black Brant and two dark bellied Brent were among a large flock of pale bellied Brent off the first car park south of Greyabbey in Strangford Lough. (Stuart McKee).

A Long-tailed Duck was in Belfast Lough, off the car park between Kinnegar and Belfast harbour RSPB reserve, this evening. (Daniel Newton).

24 White-fronted Geese flew in from sea at the Giant's Causeway. Another 14 White-fronts flew in and landed in a field opposite Dunseverick Castle. The field had 4 Whooper Swans and 3 Pink -footed Geese already in it. (Colin Guy).

The Marsh Harrier was showing again outside the hide at the Quoile this afternoon. (Tony Donaldson).

Thanks to David Nixon for the picture of the Pink-foot and to Tony Donaldson for the picture of the Marsh Harrier.


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