April 27, 2016

Grey Wagtail -Caher Valley

Beautiful day shining down on the Caher Valley .
Grey Wagtails can be seen all along this clear river passage all year round.








April 21, 2016

Back in the Willows

Willow Warblers are singing in the spring 



Ballyeighter Lough


Ballyeighter Loughs are a series of waterways that wander there way through Limestone and thick reed bog on the Burren lowlands. A very sparce, open wilderness.
Greylag Geese and Mute Swan were seen as well as local nesting birds such Common Gull,Lapwing and Moorhen




The old Post box

April 10, 2016

March Swells








Slieve Callan

On a nice morning I set off to walk up Slieve Callan , the countys 3rd highest peak.
The views from here are very special as you can see south across the Shannon estuary and down though the border of Limerick and Kerry.
I got to see a Peregrine Falcon, Hen Harrier and a few Grouse otherwise it was very quiet with just pools of frog spawn.
A nice walk up through a quiet Pine forest became difficult as I took the wrong path back down and had to just walk it out.Certainly not a place for inexperienced.





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