Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Bird News Tuesday 21st June

In Co.Fermanagh:
An immature White Tailed Sea Eagle was seen at the mouth of the River Colebrook, Upper Lough Erne (G.Knight)

In County Antrim
The first summer Ring Billed Gull was still at Ballycastle (Geoff Campbell)
There may even be a little Ring Billed Gull photo madness on the blog tomorrow (if Andrew lets me!)

In Co. Down:
Who'd have believed it? the 2 Whooper Swan are still at Dundrum Inner Bay South

Thanks to Nigel Snell for these great Sedge Warbler pics taken at the Quoile Pondage - check out Nigel's websites for more:

Late News from Yesterday:

In Co. Antrim:
Just off Larne promenade and on Sandy Bay tonight were six black guillemot, seven shag, a cormorant, a pair of great black-backed gulls, a first summer Mediterranean gull, five ringed plover, eight dunlin, juvenile eider, black-headed and common gulls aplenty, five herons flying in formation at quite some height and last but not least a parcel of Linnet (Gavin Ferguson)

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