In Between 8 – 9am Whitehead seafront had 77 Red-throated Scuba Diver and also 2 Great Northern Scuba diver flying right into Belfast Lough along with approx 15 Gannet and also 200 Eider. (Ian Enlander).
A Long-tailed Duck is off the Amici dining establishment in Portstewart. (Stephen Riddell).
The Osprey is still at the Bann tidewater. (John Clarke).
The Identified Redshank is still at Ballycarry Bridge in Larne Lough. (Cameron Moore).
2 Black Redstarts went to Killough Harbour, ashore listed below The Eco-friendly; Whooper Swans were listened to roosting on close-by Hair Lough. The Other Day the Black Redstart was still in paddock of St John’s Factor. lighthouse. (Chris Murphy)
Purple sandpipers were populated along the coast from Eisenhower pier to Jamaica inn in Bangor, with 4 contrary Jamaica inn. A Carrion Crow got on the rocks instantly southern of Ballyholme Private yacht Club. A Great Northern Scuba Diver was to the northeast of Groomsport parking lot. (Steven Farquhar)
A Grey Phalarope got on the north side of Rathlin this mid-day. (Ric Else & & Hazel Watson).
Many Thanks to Gerry Bond for the photo of the Red-throated Scuba Diver, to Stephen Riddell for the photo of the Long-tailed Duck, to Cameron Moore for the images of the Bonaparte’s Gull and also the Identified Redshank and also to Ric Else for the photo of the Grey Phalarope: