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Places to see birds in Northern Ireland. County Antrim, County Armagh, County Down, County Fermanagh, County Londonderry, County Tyrone and Lough Neagh. Covers RSPB Reserves, Wildlife Trust Reserves, National Parks, National Nature Reserves (NNRs), Local Nature Reserves (LNRs), Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs), Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs), Forestry Commission and Community Forests.

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www.geographia.com/northern-ireland/ukibrd01.htm

Information on birding in Northern Ireland.

★★★★www.interknowledge.com/northern-ireland/ukibrd01.htm

Official Site of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.

★★★★½www.wwt.org.uk/visit-us/castle-espie

WWT Castle Espie Wetland Centre is set on the http://botecagem.com.br/levitra-cost shores of the stunning Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland where almost the entire population of Light-bellied Brent Geese reside during the winter months. For this reason the Castle Espie foreshore is part o ...

★★★www.cbo.org.uk

The Bird Observatory lies off the County Down coast of Northern Ireland at the southern side of only today on line pharmacy the mouth of Belfast Lough. It is one of the British Bird Observatories and is directed and serviced by the British Trust for Ornithology BTO. Its main aim is tadalafil cialis ...

★★★www.newtownabbey.gov.uk/pursuits/birdwatching.asp

Spectacular numbers of birds feed along the http://radionasarijec.com/viagra-in-canada coast between Belfast and Whiteabbey, many on viagra tablet the mudflats and http://llkellogg.com/viagra-online-store others immediately offshore. The whole area of Belfast Lough has been designated as having special scientific interest.Some of the more notable spec ...

★½www.oxfordisland.com

Oxford Island, a National Reserve on the shores of Lough Neagh, offers excellent opportunities for people to get close to nature. It is a peninsula today but was an island prior to 1850's before the lough was successively lowered.It has 5 birdwatching hid ...

★★½www.peatlandsni.gov.uk/wildlife/birds/birds.htm

There are a number of bird species that have a strong association with peatlands. The lack of simplysugarandglutenfree.com predators and human disturbance makes some peatlands ideal for birds to order viagra online usa nest and bring up their chicks.Other birds use peatlands, especially during the summer ...

★www.antrim.net/rathlin/what_see_rathlin.htm

At the West Light Viewpoint you can watch the guillemots and kittiwakes which, along with razorbills, fulmars and puffins, nest here in their thousands. If you look out to sea you may catch sight of streams of gannets flying past or be lucky enough to see ...

★★★½www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/b/belfastlough/

RSPB Belfast Lough reserve is situated within the Belfast Harbour Estate on the shores of Belfast Lough. The RSPB manages some mudflats in Belfast Lough, together with an area of grassland with a pool and ditch complex near Belfast City Airport, and a lag ...

★★★www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/l/loughfoyle/

RSPB Lough Foyle comprises of remote mudflats and fields and is the ideal place to see brent geese, whooper swans and http://achillcamping.com/canada-pharmacy wigeons in the early winter months. The best vantage points are on the minor roads off the A2 between Limavady and Londonderry. Viewpoint ...

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