January is the month of serial winter storms. Clew Bay’s inner islands protect the coast between Westport and Newport from … Continue reading 2018 Serial storms hit Clew Bay
Ireland is a small island surrounded by water. Not many Irish people appreciate that simple fact. It has a huge … Continue reading World Ocean Day, 8th June 2017
Sunshine, wind and mackerel on the Wild Atlantic Charters in Clew Bay, County Mayo.
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how will plastic be cleaned from our seas and land?
Continue reading Plastic everywhere – the Wild Atlantic Way
Discover Ireland’s smallest whale in Clew Bay Continue reading Harbour Porpoise in Clew Bay 2017
Two days of sunshine in early April saw “Rebecca” make a passage to Murrisk pier from Rosmoney via Crovinish and … Continue reading April sunshine in Clew Bay
While fishing with some French visitors from Arles, they caught the first herring I have seen in Clew Bay. Known … Continue reading Herring arrive in Clew Bay
Last Sunday on my way home I noticed a dark shape on a rock, suspecting an otter. Getting closer I realized it was an otter asleep on a reef. Clew Bay is a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) where the management objective is to restore the favorable conservation condition of otters. Potential threats to otters in Clew Bay include disturbance from hum an activities from pot fishing, loss of habitat and lethal roadkill. Continue reading Otter asleep