A Fanad Head, Donegal seawatch, 8-10:30 had 8 Great Shearwater, 1 Corys, 100+ Sooty Shearwater, 5 Tornado Petrel, 2 Pomarine Skua, 6 Arctic Skuas as well as 1 Bonxie. 1 Risso’s Dolphin seen briefly (Wilton Farrelly/ Jamie Happiness). A Long-tailed Skua was likewise seen (Ralph Sheppard)
Seagahan Dam, Co. Armagh had 3 Environment-friendly Sandpipers, 2 Typical Sandpipers, a Ringed Plover as well as a Wheatear. (Joe Devlin).
A Golden Eagle has actually been seen in the Glenwherry location today (Chris, Walter as well as Ethan Veale) The bird was seen consequently around 5pm. Red Kite is likewise in the location (Richard Gray)
The most effective at RSPB WoW today were 2 Ruff, 3 Greenshank as well as 2 Typical Sandpiper (Ian Enlander/ Gerard McGeehan et alia)
A Number Of Tornado Petrels were with Manx Shearwaters off the seabird system on Rathlin as well as 3 Sooty Shearwaters were seen from the Rathlin ferryboat this night. (Kevin Kirkham).
An Osprey went to the floodgates at Newtownards. (Gerard McGeehan, Shirley Dunlop). The Osprey was still existing this night angling in the deep network better out from the floodgates as well as relocating down the Lough in the direction of Greyabbey. (Ian Youthful). Once again quickly checking out from floodgates 1845 after that flew in the direction of much coast (Bob Watts).
Ruff, RSPB WoW, Stephen Maxwell: