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My family and I were out on The Burren near Carron on one of our nature treks We were watching Black tailed Skimmers copulating in the air...
I was down the coast looking for surf. Doughmore beach was showing well on a beautiful spring morning. stonechat Meadow...
Shes only the 1 chick left , the Magpies give her a torrid time in the woodland below my home, but every year they seem to have some succ...
Its become an annual thing to head over the hill in April to Lickeen Lake to search for Grasshopper Warblers, I visit the area along the Ba...
A small flock of Whooper Swans that feed along the Inagh river system fields near Moanreel every winter. After a week of rain the water is ...
Something different on Lahinch beach today. Velella is a genus of free-floating Hydrozoans that lives on the surface of the op...
My blog and I was mentioned in the June addition of Irelands Own . Thanks go out to Sean Nolan the Editor for the credits and a nice art...
A patient Grey Heron perched on a rock at Nimmo pier,Galway..approachable city bird
At Clahane Rock Pipit numbers were high in March , various types,varieties, moults and ages of these birds can be seen here feeding along t...