Category Archives: Scarce & Rare Bird Sightings

Sunday 17th June 2018

A Spotted Flycatcher was at Addroon Bridge, Ruan.(Cliff Baxter)


Saturday 16th June 2018

A summer plumaged Great White Egret was at Ballyallia Lake this afternoon. (Paidi Cullinan)
The adult male White-tailed Eagle, one Buzzard and a female Red-breasted Merganser was at Mountshannon. (John N Murphy)
Three singing male Garden Warblers was at Lakeside Holiday Park, Mountshannon. (JNM)


Friday 15th June 2018

One female Hen Harrier was at Ing on the Fergus Estuary. (John N Murphy)
Four Spotted Flycatcher were at Moanreel.(Jeff Copner)


Thursday 14th June 2018

Thursday 14th June 2018

This skua species the eight and last bird to pass the Bridges today was unidentified and categorised as unknown species John N Murphy

One Wilson’s Storm Petrel was at the Bridges of Ross this morning (John N Murphy), along with three Sabine’s Gull (all 2CY’s), eight Sooty Shearwaters, eight Bonxies, 50 Storm Petrels, 80 Puffins, 700 Manx Shearwaters per hour and
two 2CY Great Northern Divers.(JNM and Killian Mullarney)
One Spotted Flycatcher was near Moneypoint. (Elaine Keegan)
Four Jay were at Lees Road Wood.(Tom Lynch)


Wednesday 13th June 2018

Three Reed Warblers, one Stock Dove, one moulting male Greater Scaup, seven Gadwall and 510 Black-tailed Godwit were at Shannon Airport Lagoon.(Paidi Cullinan and Tom Lynch)
One female Hen Harrier was near Ing. (John N Murphy)


Tuesday 12th June 2013

A Spotted Flycatcher was at Sixmilebridge.(Barry Power)


Monday 11th June 2018

Two Reed Warbler were singing at Shannon Airport Lagoon this evening.(Nuala and Tom Lynch)


Friday 8th June 2018

There were still three singing Reed Warblers at the Shannon Airport Lagoon again today with one bird seen bringing food for young back to a nest site. (John N Murphy)


Thursday 7th June 2018

Thursday 7th June 2018

One of three Reed Warblers at the Shannon Airport Lagoon this evening John N Murphy

There were three Reed Warblers singing at the Shannon Airport Lagoon this evening .(John N Murphy) This is the first possible breeding records for the county.


Sunday 3rd June 2018

A probable Short-toed Lark was seen briefly at Loop Head this morning (Tony Mee). The bird was flushed near the headland and flew westwards out to sea.


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