Bird News Sunday 22nd November

The Great White Egret was still at Ballycarry Bridge in Larne Lough this morning. (Paul McCullough).

The Glaucous Gull was back at the Burger King in Coleraine this morning. (Daniel Newton).

A Great White Egret was at Ballynacor on the south shore of Lough Neagh this morning. (Ed O'Hara)

The Spotted Redshank was at Ardilea. (Jeff Larkin)

8 Buzzards, 6 Grey Herons, approximately 500 Golden Plover and over 100 Lapwing were at Flatfields, between Moira and Hillsborough, this morning. (Juliet Fleming).

5 White-fronted Geese flew from Rathlin towards the north coast this morning. (Ric Else & Hazel Watson).

Three Long-tailed Ducks and a Slavonian Grebe were off Glynn in Larne Lough this morning. (Neal Warnock).

A Siberian Chiffchaff was in a garden in Jordanstown. (Paul McCullough).

The Great White Egret was still at Portmore Lough RSPB this afternoon. (Richard Caves).

Two Black-throated Diver, a Slavonian Grebe and a Jack Snipe were at Horse Island. Six Jack Snipe were at Portavogie. (Richard Wyle).

35 Ravens were on cliffs at Sallagh Braes, Co. Antrim. (Jimmy Christie).

Thanks to Daniel Newton for the picture of the Glaucous Gull, to Michael Latham for the picture of the Great White Egret and to Juliet Fleming for the picture of the Buzzard:





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