The Cattle Egret and three Little Egrets were at the Groody River, Limerick City. (Finbarr MacGabahnn)
One adult Ring-billed Gull was at St.Micheals Boat Club Slipway. (Finbarr MacGabhann)
A Barn Owl was seen flying over the M7 near Annacotty this evening (Andrew Holmes).
An adult male Hen Harrier was seen at Kileedy (Andrew Holmes).
A Green Sandpiper was seen at Doohoyle Lough (Geoff Hunt).
Three Whooper Swans were in the fields by the Hospital Road just south of Caherconlish (Andrew Holmes)
The Cattle Egret was seen again today along with two Little Egrets at the Groody Valley (Tom Tarpey).
A Peregrine Falcon was seen flying eastwards past Kilmeedy today (Andrew Holmes).
Two Whooper Swans were on the callows east of Athlacca. Whooper Swan numbers appear to be very low in Limerick this winter. No significant flocks have been reported yet from the traditional wintering areas.
The Cattle Egret was seen again today at the Groody Valley (Geoff Hunt).
The Cattle Egret was still present at the Groody Valley accompanied by four Little Egrets. Seven Snipe and a Lapwing were also seen.
Peregrine Falcon ©Geoff Hunt
A Peregrine Falcon was seen on the church steeple in Kilmallock today (Geoff Hunt).
No tweets were found.
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