Cuskinny Marsh, Co. Cork
The Cuskinny Marsh reserve has an array of habitats within a relatively small area, from shoreline to lagoon and grassland to woodland. These support a great variety of wildlife including common wetland and woodland birds which are found throughout the year. The reserve is particularly famed for its dawn chorus during the spring and early summer months, when many of the local birds are in full voice, which is boosted by the songs of summer migrants such as Willow Warbler, Chiffchaff and Sedge Warbler. It plays an important role within the local community and as an amenity for schools and groups to explore and learn from.