Monday 21st September 2009
One Snow Bunting and a Peregrine were at the Bridges of Ross.
One juvenile Hen Harrier and two Willow Warblers were seen at Kilbaha.
A Common Sandpiper was at Cloghaun Lough Loop Head.
A ring-tailed Hen Harrier was reported from Lough Donnell.
Sunday 20th September 2009
There were 60 Whimbrel and a Peregrine at Lough Donnell.
A Peregrine and two Wheatear were also seen at Quilty.
Saturday 19th September 2009
One Whinchat was one the road between Kilbaha and Loop Head Lighthouse.
One Lapland Bunting and one Jack Snipe were at Loop Head.
One Common Sandpiper and a juvenile Hen Harrier were at Cloghaun Lough Loop Head.
Friday 18th September 2009
A Jay was seen at Lees Road Wood today.
Thursday 17th September 2009
There were seven White Wagtails at Clahane.
Fifty seven Teal and twenty Wigeon were at Lough Donnell.
Two Brent Geese were spotted at Seafield.
A Blackcap was seen at Lees Road Wood
Wednesday 16th September 2009
A Little Egret was at Ballyallia Lake this morning.
A juvenile Hen Harrier was seen just outside Quilty village.
Tuesday 15th September 2009
Two Lapland Bunting were reported near the Lighthouse at Loop Head earlier today.
One Curlew Sandpiper and one juvenile Little Stint were at Liscannor.
One Green Sandpiper and a Little Egret were at Lahinch Marsh.
A Little Egret was seen at Lough Donnell.
A Kingfisher,a Peregrine and a hundred Snipe were at Doonbeg.
A Jay flew over Lees Road Wood this afternoon.
Sunday 13th September 2009
A dark phased Arctic Skua was seen being mobbed by gulls on the beach by
Saturday 12th September 2009
Three Buzzard and a juvenile Hen Harrier were at the Fodry Loop Head.
A Peregrine was seen at Lough Donnell.
One juvenile Ruff was reported from Doonbeg.
At Lough Atedaun a Common Sandpiper was spotted.
Friday 11th September 2009
One Barn Owl was seen at Roxton Corofin tonight.
A Peregrine was noted at Seafield.
A Raven was seen in Lees Road Wood this afternoon.
At the Bridges of Ross this morning there were three Leach’s Petrels, six Arctic Skuas,
One Wilson’s Storm Petrel was at the Bridges of Ross this afternoon (Chris ten Bohmer).