Monday, September 26, 2011


After a meeting today in Ennistymon, I was anxious to get to the shore to search for more North American waders.  At Cregg Beach in Lahinch there were two first-winter Mediterranean Gulls and loads of other mixed gulls feeding in large flocks all along the mid Clare coast today.  I got as far as Seafield, Quilty where on the high tide there were only seven Dunlin on the beach.  All the rest of the waders had pushed off to the islands to roost on high tide. 

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