Come and join Marine biologist and photographer Shay Fennelly. Discover and explore Clew Bays maze of islands, learn how watch seals, try and catch a fish, look for coastal otters and enjoy the hidden island landscapes.
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Clew Bay is a complex series of interlocking bays with many islands made up of glacially formed drumlins on the west coast of Ireland. Facing the North Atlantic Ocean the bay is said to have an island for every day of the year. This myriad of islands is designated as a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) to protect its natural heritage which includes, its shallow bays and inlets, Common Seal colonies and Otters.
Address: Claggan, Kilmeena, Westport, County Mayo, Ireland.
All images copyright Shay Fennelly 2016