Birding in Ireland

To: "Cr Margaret Bell" <>
Subject: Birding in Ireland
From: "Brian Everingham" <>
Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2000 17:46:20 +1000
The RSPB has a site on northern Ireland ...
The RSPB manages eight nature reserves in Northern Ireland, chosen to
safeguard habitats which are under threat, like wet grasslands and
estuaries, or to protect important bird populations.

Belfast Lough
Carlingford Lough Islands
Lower Lough Erne Islands
Lough Foyle
Portmore Lough
Rathlin Island
Strangford Bay
Swan and Blue Circle Islands, Larne lough
You can check out those locations for some good birding as a starter. I'm
not sure aout many sites in the South ... I spent my time there on a
cultural tour of the pubs!!! And the folk scene, naturally. Used Youth
Hostels too. There is no age barrier. Their URL is

Meanwhile here is one most important link I have just found in the search.
Lots on birding in Ireland, makes me want to return myself.

Happy birding.
Brian Everingham

> Am planning to be in Ireland for a month arriving late June. As yet no
> plans - except to go birding.Any suggestions, webpages, locations,
> accomodation, connections with Birdos would be most welcome. All birds
> will be Exotic for us.We'll be listening for some Irish music and tall
> combined with a rest away from home on our beautiful Mornington
> Peninsula.thanks, Margaret Bell

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