Bird Information Sunday second October



The Black Tern is still at Kinnego Marina, Lough Neagh, today (Ed O’Hara)

A grown-up Little Gull went to Magilligan (Stephen & & Donna Riddell)
The Pectoral Sandpiper is still in the southwest edge of Lough Beg today however extremely evasive (David Steele)
An adolescent American Golden Plover goes to Myroe with circa 1300 Golden Plover. 2 Ruff were additionally existing (Stuart McKee/ Garry Armstrong/ Wilton Farrelly)
5 Ruff went to RSPB WoW (Ian Enlander)
18 Raven and also a Kestrel got on Divis Hill (Paula Campbell)
A summertime plumaged Black-throated Scuba diver was with 5 Red-throated and also a Great Northern Scuba Diver at Carnlough (Gerard McGeehan/ Shirley Dunlop)
A Terrific White Egret went to Paddy’s Dubh, Lough Beg (Godfrey McRoberts)
Over 200 Whoopers went to Inch Lake, Carbon Monoxide Donegal (Robin Cunningham)
2 Chicken Harriers and also a Dunlin went to Portmore RSPB. Among the birds was a man. (Seamus O’Hara)
72 Greylag Geese and also one Barnacle Goose remained in grain stubble areas at Ballintoy over Whitepark Bay. (Patrick Barton)
St Johns Factor Carbon monoxide Down in 3 hrs today had energetic movement consisting of over 1,000 Linnets, 500 Skylarks, 300 Swallows and also 80 Home Martins. 30 Tree Sparrows we’re additionally existing. (Chris Murphy)
American Golden Plover, Wilton Farrelly:
Black Tern, Andrew Millar:

Ruff, Stephen Maxwell:

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