The birds of Ireland’s Eye-featured_image

The birds of Ireland’s Eye

When the weather and especially the wind cooperate, you can take one of the Ireland’s Eye ferries to this small island, a 10-minute boat trip from Howth, the last stop on the DART rain line (Dublin area rapid transit). In summer the island is teeming with birds (gulls, guillemots, razorbills, puffins, oystercatchers, shellducks, the occasional peregrine falcon). For more on this remarkable island, read this 2014 Irish Times article.

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