The Bean Goose and three Pink-footed Geese were at Sandfield Liscannor (Gerry Butler).
Red-necked Grebe was back at Lough Cullaun again today.
The Tundra Bean Goose and three Pink-footed Geese were still at Sandfield, Liscannor this morning (Jeff Copner).
There were 46 White-fronted Geese at Lough Muchanagh along with two male and one female Hen Harriers.
One Woodcock was at Roxton Corofin.
A small skein of 13 Greylag Geese were at Fenloe Lake.
Tundra Bean Goose & Pink-footed Geese at Liscannor © Tom Tarpey
The Tundra Bean Goose and three Pink-footed Geese were back at Sandfield, Liscannor this morning (Geoff Pearson, Stan Nugent & Tom Tarpey).
The Red-necked Grebe was back at Lough Cullaun, the Burren along with nine Goldeneye and 41 Whooper Swans in the opposite Flooded Fields.
There were 46 White Fronted Geese and four Ravens at Lough Muckanagh.
There were 37 Whooper Swans at Drumcliff, Ballyallia Lake.
Another 25 Whooper Swans were at Clare Abbey, Ennis.
There was 70 Whooper Swans and 50 Black Tailed Godwits at Lough Atedaun.
Tundra Bean Goose with Greylag Goose at Lough Muchanagh © John N Murphy
The Tundra Bean Goose was back at Lough Muchanagh (Howard Williams, Dave McNamara & John N Murphy), along with 28 Greylag Geese. This is believed to be a different bird to the one at Liscannor on 27th December and only a third county record.
Four Crossbills were at Darragh.
Two Sandwich Terns were at Ballyvaughan.
Tundra Bean Goose at Lough Muchanagh © Howard Williams
A Tundra Bean Goose was at Lough Muchanagh this afternoon (Howard Williams), it looks very like the bird that was at Liscannor two days earlier.
There was one Little Egret, 12 Scaup and seven Great Northern Divers at Carrigaholt.
One Great Northern Diver was in the lake at Kilcredaun Marsh.
Two Purple Sandpipers, seven Razorbills, 36 Guillemots, 20 Fulmars and ten Gannets were off the tip of Loop Head.
Tundra Bean Goose with Pink-footed Geese at Liscannor © John N Murphy
One Tundra Bean Goose was near the Pitch and Putt Course at Liscannor (John N Murphy, Austin Cooney, Brian Finnegan et al), along with three Pink-footed Geese. This is the first living record of Bean Goose in Clare. The first bird in the county was shot in the Shannon Estuary in February 1903.
There was one Pink-footed Goose at Lough Muchanagh along with 45 Greylage Geese and a Great Northern Diver.
There were 74 Whooper Swans and 36 Greylag Geese at Tool’s Lough.
A flock of 100 Common Scoter were at Lahinch with one Little Egret at Lahinch Marsh.
One immature and two male Hen Harriers were near Tubber.
A flock of 400 Wigeon and two Goldeneye were at Lough Atedaun as well as an Otter.
Nine Goldeneye were at Lough Cullaun, the Burren.