Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Back at Seafield

I was back at Seafield again this morning on the high tide.
Hundreds of juvenile Ringed Plover mixed with Dunlin, Sanderling and small numbers of Curlew Sandpiper were running the shoreline wash.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Curlew Sandpipers at Seafield

  On the dropping tide at Seafield this morning .
 3 Curlew Sandpipers and a Ruff joined the parties of Ringed Plover,Dunlin ,Sanderling and other local waders to rumage for food in the seaweed that covers the shoreline  

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Little Gull at Clahane

Dropped into Clahane yesterday for a quick birdwatch on my way to work .
The sun was out and a  Little Gull was feeding close in with the usual Black-headed Gulls ,I had no camera.
I returned this morning on route to work, with an hour to spare, the day was dull and lightless, but the Little Gull was showing well.

Friday, August 29, 2014

Brown Rat

A Brown Rat was searching along the creegh river bank. It wasnt a bit shy of me. Bold as brass.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Late evening Water falls

I spent the last 1/2 hour of day light at The cascades in Ennistymon town .
A great place to spend time with a new camera .

Monday, August 25, 2014

Willow warbler

A Willow Warbler searching the underneath of leaves for Aphids because this is where Aphids feed on the trees sap

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Reed Bunting moult

A  feeling rather uncomfortable moulting Reed Bunting presented a nice photo opportunity at Clahane today

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Crab Graveyard

While birdwatching down at Liscannor Harbour my attention was diverted to what could be only described as a Crab Graveyard.One would wonder what impact the removal of this amount of crab regular from within Lahinch bay does to the natural function of such a marine ecosytem.
I dont know.