The Course’s Arctic Redpoll was still at Kilkee again today.
Arctic Redpoll at Kilkee John N Murphy
The Coues’s Arctic Redpoll was outside Kilkee this morning and has been present here for over one week now. (John N Murphy)
This was the second county record. The first was of four near Kilcredaun on 28th October 2007.
A Green Sandpiper was at Islandavanna.(Chris Cullen)
A drake Ring-necked Duck was at Ballyallia.(Finbar MacGabhann)
One Swallow was at Fin Lough, Newmarket-on-Fergus. (Frank McGeehan)
Coues’s Arctic Redpoll at Kilkee John N Murphy
A Coues’s Arctic Redpoll and one Snow Bunting were at Kilkee. (John Collins)
The drake Ring-necked Duck was at the south-east corner of Ballyallia Lake with 90 Collared Doves nearby.(Nuala and Tom Lynch)
The female Ring-necked Duck was at Lough Gash along with a hybrid Tufted by Ring-necked type bird, 80 Tufted Ducks, 60 Little Grebes and a female Pintail. (John N Murphy)
Two hundred and forty Golden Plover were at Clahane.(Jeff Copner)
The female Ring-necked Duck was at Lough Gash with 76 Tufted Duck. (John N Murphy)
There were 28 Whooper Swans at Ballygireen. (JNM)
A Water Rail was at Querrin Wood.(Robert Brown)
Twelve Whooper Swan flew over Frure, north of Knockmore Hill, Kilmihil, in the direction of Doonbeg/Seafield.(Bernard Crowley)
There was a Great White Egret at the mouth of the Skivileen River Doonbeg. (Fergal Grimes)
Eight Whooper Swan flew east over the motorway at Newmarket-on-Fergus.(Nuala and Tom Lynch)
Female Ring-necked Duck with female Tufted at Lough Gash John N Murphy
The female Ring-necked Duck was at Lough Gash this evening (John N Murphy).
There were two Buzzards at Barefield (Iomhar Daly).