Bird News Thursday 6th October

The Snow Bunting was still at Ramore Head. (Matthew Tickner)

Two Pink-footed Geese were at Larne Lough. (Cameron Moore).

A Red Kite was over the Downpatrick Road about a quarter of a mile from Clough in Co. Down. (Wilf Swain).

Belfast Lough RSPB WOW reserve this morning on a rising tide had 3 Curlew Sandpipers, 680 Black-tailed Godwits, 15 Bar-tailed Godwits, 100+ Knot, 280 Teal, a Raven and a female Sparrowhawk. (Derek Polley).

A Yellow-browed Warbler was on Tory Island, Donegal. (Birdguides).

Today at Myroe, there were large numbers of Curlew, Golden Plover, 2 Wheatear, 1 Buzzard and a female Sparrowhawk, at Magilligan Point there were 10 Bar Tailed Godwits and 12 Common Scoters and near a farm on the Crannagh Road, Coleraine were about 10/12 Swallows. (Sean Hickey)

Inch Lake in Donegal had 12 Pink-footed Geese, 45 Whooper Swans, 1 Ruff and 1 Kingfisher; and at Blanket Nook 14 Grey Plover (Hill Dick/Peter Robinson).
Thanks to Cameron for the pic of the Pink-footed Geese, to Christine Cassidy for the picture of the Golden Plover, to David Hill for the pictures of the Wheatears and the Meadow Pipit and to Wilf Swain for the picture of the Little Egret:

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