Bird News Sunday 19th March

A female Brambling was in a garden at Richhill this morning. (Andrew Poots) 

A male Brambling was in a garden in Portstewart (Rod Gillan)

The drake Ring-necked Duck was showing in front of the hide at the Quoile, Co Down (Wilton Farrelly)

Four Mediterannean Guls were at RSPB WOW reserve. (Garry Armstrong)

About 10 Twite were at the Boatyard at Whitehead at lunchtime (Christine Beggs).

The drake American Wigeon was still at Dundrum Inner Bay this afternoon (Michael Latham)

12 Purple Sandpiper were in Newcastle (Michael Latham)

Another male Brambling was at Listooder, between Ballynahinch and Crossgar (John Moore)

Two 2nd year Iceland gulls were at the Barmouth, 5 Pink-footed Geese were at Myroe along with a Wheatear (Ivor McDonald)

A Long-eared Owl flew across the Bangor to Belfast dual carriageway this evening,near Hollywood. (Colin Bell)

8 Waxwing were at Mersey Street in East Belfast - in trees beside Connswater Greenway (Simon Morton)
Thanks to Andrew for the Brambling pic, Michael for the American Wigeon, Wilton for the Ring-necked Duck, Thomas for the Red Kite and Rod for another Brambling:

Brambling, Andrew Poots:

American Wigeon, Michael Latham:

Ring-necked Duck, Wilton Farrelly:

Thomas Campbell, Red Kite:

Brambling, Rod Gillan:

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