Females give birth to a single pup in June or July each year. Pups are very well developed at birth … Continue reading Common Seals in Clew Bay 02082019
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Hares, Otter, Barnacle geese, Turnstones, Great Northern Divers, Red Breasted Mergansers, Cormorants, Oystercatchers, Pied Wagtail, Rock Pipit. Recording biodiversity It … Continue reading Islands biodiversity on a March day in Clew Bay 07032019
Clew Bay’s iconic mountain Croagh Patrick in the grip of winter is a pleasure to see if you live around … Continue reading Clew Bay – help record its Biodiversity
It is almost the last day of 2018 on the shores of Clew Bay, on Ireland’s west coast.The weather is … Continue reading Clew Bay, 30 December 2018. The sea is warming around Ireland.
Sunshine, wind and mackerel on the Wild Atlantic Charters in Clew Bay, County Mayo.
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Wild Atlantic Charters is set up by marine biologist and photographer Shay Fennelly to explore Clew Bay’s Island archipelago wildlife and marine environment. Continue reading Wild Atlantic Charters in Clew Bay, County Mayo
Oysters have been a source of food for the people around Clew Bay shores from prehistoric times. ‘Kitchen middens’ which … Continue reading What future for Native Oysters in Clew Bay?
A Great Egret feeding in Claggan lagoon, Clew Bay, County Mayo. The Little Egret arrived in Ireland and bred in … Continue reading A new species, Great Egret in Clew Bay 21/11/2019
Clew Bay has 140 small islands. Otters are found on the island seashores and feed on fish caught in the seaweed fringe of each island. Continue reading The trail of the Otter
This is a question no one can answer. Why you may ask? No one has tried to count the otters … Continue reading How many Otters live in Clew Bay?
The Irish Wildlife Trust submission to Budget 2018 found that the most recent figures available indicate that the National Parks … Continue reading Ireland’s government spending more on greyhound and horse racing than on nature conservation