Category Archives: Scarce & Rare Bird Sightings

Tuesday 30th June 2015

There was a second-summer Glaucous Gull at Liscannor with four Storm Petrels off nearby Green Island. (Dave McNamara).
Fourteen Crossbills, three Jays, seven Raven, two Blackcaps a Whitethroat and one Grasshopper Warbler were at Gortcoirce, Dysart. (Dave McNamara)
On a walk around Ballyallia via Templemaley, Larchill, Drumcliffe ten Blackcap were singing. (Nuala and Tom Lynch)

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Monday 29th June 2015

A Jay was seen along the roadside close to the Lahinch Road at the back of Lees Road Wood. Jays are very active in the Wood at present.(Nuala and Tom Lynch)
A Blackcap was singing at Ballyallia and another at Drumcliffe. A Grey Wagtail was also at Ballyallia.(Nuala and Tom Lynch)

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Sunday 28th June 2015

A family party of five Chough were at Spanish Point along with two Raven. (Olivia Nolan)
A Blackcap was singing at Drehednagower Bridge in Ennis.(Nuala and Tom Lynch)

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Saturday 27th June 2015

Two Jay were at Lees Road Wood.(Nuala and Tom Lynch)

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Friday 26th June 2015

A Kingfisher was on the River Fergus close to Steele’s Rock in Ennis this morning. A Grey Wagtail was nearby. (Adrian Rahill)

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Wednesday 24th June 2015

Wednesday 24th June 2015

A Yellowhammer at Keelhilla Nick Larter

One Yellowhammer was found at Keelhilla the Burren. (Nick Larter)

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Monday 22nd June 2015

Two Blackcap were singing at Templemaley and another at Ballyallia. (Nuala and Tom Lynch)

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Saturday 20th June 2015

At the Shannon Airport Lagoon this morning were a pair of Shoveler, two Water Rails and one Curlew. (Brian Finnegan and John N Murphy)
One Blackcap was singing at Lough Gash, another was at Ing and a third male was singing at Ballygireen. (John N Murphy)

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Wednesday 17th June 2015

A HOOPOE was seen in a private garden north of Ballyallia Lake, Ennis on 17th June. Ray Flynn)

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Saturday 13th June 2015

Saturday 13th June 2015

This Cedar Waxwing was photographed at Kilrush Wood by Mary Keating on 3rd June.
This is a first record for the county and only a third time one has appeared in Ireland.

There was one Long-eared Owl one Cuckoo, one Raven and a Jay at Darragh. (Finbarr MacGabhann)
One Dipper was on the Claureen River. (Finbarr MacGabhann)
One Blackcap was in the Vaundeleur Gardens in kilrush Wood. (John N Murphy)
A Jay was at Lees Road Wood.(Aileen Lynch, James Sherwood)

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