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).
There were three immature Common Eider’s off Loop Head this morning (Dixie Collins).
Female Ring-necked Duck at Lough Gash John N Murphy
The female Ring-necked Duck was still with the 60 Tufted Ducks at Lough Gash this morning (John N Murphy).
There was another Yellow-browed warbler at Seafied, Quilty this afternoon (JNM).
One of the three Yellow-browed Warblers at Kilkee today John N Murphy
There were three Yellow-browed Warblers at Kilkee today (John N Murphy).
Two Yellow-browed Warblers were caught and ringed at Kilbaha (Phil Brennan).
One female Ring-necked Duck was at Lough Gash (JNM).
One Ring-billed Gull was at Cloghaun Lough, Loop Head (PB).
One first-winter Ring-billed Gull, two adult Mediterranean Gulls and an albino Black-headed Gull was at Ballimacrinan Bay Moneypoint (JNM).
There were two adult Mediterranean Gulls and 110 Knot roosting at Killimer this afternoon (JNM).
Yellow-browed Warbler at Kilkee John N Murphy
One Yellow-browed Warbler, 43 Blue Tits, four Coal Tits and four Goldcrest were in the middle of Kilkee Town (John N Murphy).
Another Yellow-browed Warbler was in a willow hedgerow near Baltard, Doonbeg (JNM).
One Yellow-browed Warbler was in Seni Costello’s garden at Kilbaha, Loop Head (Jeff Copner).
Fourteen Whooper Swan and a Water Rail were at Ballyallia Lake this evening.(Nuala and Tom Lynch)
Two Yellow-browed Warblers, a Willow Warbler, a Goldcrest, a Redwing and several large mixed tit flocks were at Kilbaha. The tit flocks were primarily Blue Tits with lesser numbers of Great Tits and Coal Tits and were seen to be moving eastwards through the village throughout the day (Jeff Copner).
Two Merlin, two Sparrowhawks, two Kestrels two Whooper Swans and 30 Golden Plover were at Loop Head (Jeff Copner).