Where To Watch

Discover Ireland's birds

Habitat Selection

Good birdwatching requires a bit of knowledge about where different species are likely to turn up. Habitat selection is vitally important to birds and quite often our site selection for birdwatching will determine the species which we are likely to see. Below you can find detailed information about some of the best birdwatching sites in Ireland.

Site Guide – Wexford Wildfowl Reserve

Site Guide – Termoncarragh Meadows

Site Guide – Shannon Callows

Site Guide – Lough Corrib

Site Guide – Glendalough

SIte Guide – Cahore Marsh

Site Guide – Brownstown Head

Site Guide – Blessington Lakes

Site Guide – South County Laois

Site Guide – Knockadoon Head

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