Two adult Mediterranean Gulls were at Kilhorne Bay immediately south of Annalong this morning. (Richard Gray).
Thanks to Michael Latham for the picture of the Whinchat from Glendun, to William Smiton for the picture of the Sparrowhawk and to Thoams Campbell for the pictures of the Spotted Flycatcher and the Skylark:
At least 2 Great Spotted Woodpeckers were in Grogey Forest, nr Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh (Clive Mellon)
A pair of Spotted Flycatchers were near the children's play park at the Stormont Estate (Harry Byron)
The Bann Estuary had a sizeable flock of 120 Bar-tailed Godwits, all birds in non-breeding plumage; also present 2 Greenshank. Longfield Point area held 7 singing male Reed Buntings. (Hill Dick/Peter Robinson)
An Osprey was over Lough Neagh at circa 12pm today. It was seen from Oxford Island, out over the lough, circling quite high on thermals. (Davy Hunter).
A summer plumaged Little Stint was in the south west corner of Lough Beg this evening. (David Steel).
A single Light-bellied Brent is still in Dundrum South Inner Bay. (David Nixon).
On Rathlin the Corncrake was still calling today. Also seen were two late Whimbrels and three Sanderlings yesterday. There was also a report from a visitor of a male Common Redstart this morning.
(Ric Else & Hazel Watson).
Thanks to David Hill for the picture of the Chiffchaff.