Monthly Archives: February 2014

Monday 10th February 2014

One female Marsh Harrier flew over the motorway heading east near Latoon Bridge, below Dromoland at the Inn (John N Murphy).  An adult Glaucous Gull and one second-winter Iceland Gull were at Liscannor.

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Sunday 9th February 2014

Sunday 9th February 2014

Second winter Iceland Gull at O’Callaghan’s Strand ©Geoff Hunt

A second winter Iceland Gull, a first winter Glaucous Gull and two Ring-billed Gulls, (adult and first winter) were seen on the Shannon in Limerick City today.
A flock of 95 Whooper Swans, containing just five juveniles, was at Cooperhill today.

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Saturday 8th February 2014

The pale first winter Buzzard was seen in the fields west of Adare today.
A Long-eared Owl was seen at Monaleen this evening.
360 Wigeon, 240 Teal, 76 Mallard, 38 Wigeon, 80 Golden Plover, 50 Snipe and 45 Lapwing were at the Charleville Lagoons.

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Friday 7th February 2014

A Barn Owl was seen crossing the M7 at Rathbane.

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Friday 7th February 2014

A Bonxie was seen feeding on a dead seabird near the Flaggy Shore. Two Jay were at Lees Road Wood

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Thursday 6th February 2014

Two Chiffchaffs were seen on the eastern side of the King’s Island embankment pathway in Limerick City today

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Wednesday 5th February 2014

Fifty five Whooper Swan were between Lake Atedaun and Toole’s Lough. Thirty four more were at the Drumcliffe end of Ballyallia Lake. Three Jay were at Dromore Wood.

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Tuesday 4th February 2014

A Chiffchaff was seen on the eastern side of the King’s Island embankment pathway in Limerick City.
A first winter Hen Harrier was seen near Abbeyfeale.

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Monday 3rd February 2014

One Little Gull was at Clahane, Liscannor.  A male Blackcap was at Oak Park Ennis.  Five Little Egrets were in a field near the Bog Road, Doora this morning. A Common Sandpiper was at the Flaggy Shore.

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Sunday 2nd February 2014

The female Marsh Harrier, two Hen Harriers, a Merlin and nine Whooper swans were near Tubber today.  There were two Black-throated Divers, eight Red-throated Divers and 50 Great Northerns off Ballyvaughan.  One darke Greater Scaup and 22 Gadwall were at Lough Gash, Newmarket-on-Fergus.

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