This is my first iPhone blog post.. Due to laptop damage.
Anyhow it was nice to catch up with the stunning Ring necked Duck on Roo lough.
not the best pic as my time was limited due to a frisky Bull.
January 18, 2015
January 11, 2015
Very nice to catch up on this Tree Sparrow flock outside of Doonbeg.
They were feeding in a sloppy stoney field which must have some grain in.
Possibly the only flock of these rare resident birds we have in the county.
Very aware , and dont let you close to get photos.
The Leser Yellowlegs is a north american species of wader and a vagrant on our shores
This bird arrived at Moyasta creek back in november, at that time I spent quite a few days viewing the bird but was not able to get a photo.
News was out that this bird was still at the creek, so I chanced my arm in getting just these ID shots.
It still proves difficult to photo.
January 1, 2015
A few miles from home ,Driving through the forestry in Willowbrook A distance up the road in a blink of an eye : I thought I saw a Stoat s...
In a garden at Ballyellery, A few Starlings were feeding on on New Zealand flax and were covered in Orange pollen. New Zealand Flax uses ...
Down in the northern corner of Lahinch Marsh in Ballyellery is a small reed bed and swamp. Several Male Grasshopper Warblers were singing ...
The majestic Grey Heron enjoying a good scratch
The sun was out and there was a hint of direction with small swell A day off work planned to meet up and go surfing with Jonny & Pipa...
After work , the sun was scorching so my Little ones and myself took a Fathers day walk through the trails near Mullagmore on the Burren We...
My 2 year old boy showing the meaning of Pure Stoked. This is now his life at the shoreline , may it forever bring him this smile. ...
Flitting around the dry grasses near Mullaghmore on the Burren, this Common Blue catches the eye, a stunning little creature.
The Ringed Plovers can be seen all year along on our shorelines, strictly a coastal bird A few pair nest here at Clahane every year, this...