Tom Carroll, Brian Carruthers, James Cavanagh, Eugene Dolan, Rosemary Doyle, Ger Franck, 
Liam Kane, Edd Kealy, Dave MacPherson, Cian Merne

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27 October 2014

Meadow Pipit at West Pier, Dun Laoghaire (Photo by James Cavanagh)

25 October 2014

Kingfisher at Bull Island (Photo by Ger Franck)

12 October 2014

Bar-tailed Godwit from the Wooden Bridge, Clontarf Road (Photo by Dave MacPherson)

11 October 2014

Baldoyle: 2 Buzzards, 1 Sparrowhawk, 2 Kestrels, 1 Wheatear, 4 Goldcrest, 22 Long-tailed Tits, 150 Golden Plover, 3 Grey Wagtail, 6 Stonechats, 6 Stock Dove.EK

Wheatear at Baldoyle (Photo by Edd Kealy)

Buzzard being chased by one Hooded Crow at Baldoyle (Photo by Edd Kealy)

Buzzard being mobbed by a clattering of Jackdaws at Baldoyle (Photo by Edd Kealy)

Curlew from the Wooden Bridge, Clontarf Road (Photo by Dave MacPherson)

10 October 2014

Pintail at the Causeway, Clontarf (Photo by Dave MacPherson)

Oystercatcher at Bull Island (Photo by Eugene Dolan) 

6 October 2014

Bull Island: Grey Wagtail, Kingfisher, Little Egret, Grey Heron, Lapwing, Redshank, Curlew, Oystercatcher, Teal, Shelduck.TC

Little Egret and Grey Heron dining on local wildlife at the Santry outflow at Bull Island (Photos by Tom Carroll) 


River Liffey: Great variety on the River Liffey this evening - 7 Mute Swans (1 first-winter) at the Ha'penny Bridge, pair of Mallard at Capel Street Bridge; 2 more Mute Swan at Wood Quay, 1 Grey Heron at the O'Donovon Rossa Bridge and another Grey Heron at Mellows Bridge, 1 Cormorant at the Sean Heuston Bridge and 3 pair of Mallard.RD

Malahide Estuary:  146 Brent Geese on the Malahide estuary today, including 1 ringed Brent (details sent to Graham McElwaine). LK

Brent Geese at Malahide Estuary (Photo by Liam Kane)

5 October 2014

River Tolka Finglas: birds sighted apart from the norm... A darting Kingfisher & Dipper, a family of Tufted Ducks now in the lower pond, Bullfinches feeding on the thistle heads, two Goldcrest, a small clan of Long-tailed Tits and a single Little Egret. But best of all was the view I was given by a family of five Grey Wagtails fly-fishing in the air, all moving to fast to get a descent shot with my walkabout camera, so decided to concentrate on one to video while I watched the others around me.  BC.   See Brian's Grey Wagtail Video link - v=WBiHOpk3quo&list= UUnIwxADDHhcovz7c9ClpxNQ.  

Little Egret at Bull Island (Photo by Cian Merne)


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