Three very approachable Grey Phalarope were doing their thing in the west end corner of Kilkee beach.
The one I found yesterday at Liscannor never came as close
We were just hanging out together for a small bit.
This juvenile Razorbill was feeding metres off Liscannor harbour and was giving underwater views from above and closeups if you went down the steps, a very tame individual , very busy chasing small shoals of fish
September weather has brought a good selection of waders to the coast.
Plenty of Knot with up to 60 birds at Seafield along with 10 plus Curlew Sandpipers, Little Stint and the usual Dunlin/Sanderling/Turnstone flock. Back beaches had Bart tailed and Black tailed Godwits while a Ruff was at Clahane for a week