Bird News Wednesday 18th January

Yesterday 60 Waxwings were near Cushendall (Dick Glasgow)

There are still 3 Waxwings at Grange, Bangor this morning (Derek Polley)

A drake Lesser Scaup is off the car park at Airport Road West. (Stuart McKee). The bird was still showing well up to 4.30p.m. (Ronald Surgenor)

Around 60 Waxwings are currently on the Duncan's Road Lisburn. (Karen Elliott).

Between 08.10 - 09.30 this morning a watch at Whitehead had 137 Red-throated Diver and 14 Great Northern Diver flying into Belfast Lough. (Ian Enlander)

A Great Spotted Woodpecker was with a mobile tit flock at Eshywulligan, County Fermanagh this afternoon. A ringtail Hen Harrier was nearby at Teiges Hill (near Brookeborough). (Clive Mellon).

Many thanks to Dick Glasgow for the picture of the Cushendall Waxwings, to Ronald Surgenor for the second and third Lesser Scaup pictures, to Stuart McKee for the fourth Lesser Scaup picture, to Jason Bain for the Treecreeper picture and to Wilf Swain for the picture of the Brent Geese:

Lesser Scaup (front bird) and Greater Scaup, Wilton Farrelly:

Lesser Scaup, Ronald Surgenor:

Treecreeper, Jason Bain:

Brent Geese, Wilf Swain:

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