A Kingfisher was the only new bird of note at the Coonagh Settlement Ponds.Leave a comment
One second-winter and one immature Mediterranean Gulls were at Tarbert Bay along with two Little Egrets, one Peregrine, two Common Sandpipers and one Whimbrel.
One second-winter Mediterranean Gull was at Foynes.
One Spotted Redshank and two Common Sandpipers were at Loghill.
A Green Sandpiper was at Gortadroma Landfill Site.
A Ruff, a Little Egret and two Kingfishers were at Robertstown Creek.
Three Little Egrets were on the Maigue River at Adare.
One first year Mediterranean Gull was at Tarbert Bay along with two Common Sandpipers, one Little Egret, one Whimbrel, 120 Redshank, 140 Curlew, three Dunlin, 16 Greenshank, eight Shelduck and ten Great Crested Grebes.
One Common Sandpiper was at Aughinish Island Reserve.
One Common Sandpiper was on the Deel River at Askeaton.
One Common Sandpiper, one Pochard, 23 Tufted Duck, four Mallard, eight Little Grebes, two Great-crested Grebes, 26 Mute Swans and
90 Coot were at Coonagh.