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?
How to tell your Grey Seal from your Common Seal Continue reading Grey Seal or Common Seal?- how to tell
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
A panoramic view from “Rebecca” near Inishoo in Clew Bay 12th Mayo 2018 Photo Shay Fennelly Kevin has a … Continue reading Mackerel in Clew Bay on May 12th.
A not so commonly seen animal in Ireland is the Common Lizard (Lacerta vivipara). I remember as a child … Continue reading A not so common Common Lizard
It takes time and effort to learn what marine mammals are present off the Mayo coast. One collaborative effort involving … Continue reading Bottlenose dolphins in Mayo
The Grey Seal is also present in Clew Bay. Larger than the Common Seal they breed in October. Grey Seals … Continue reading Grey Seals in Clew Bay
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