Wexford Wildfowl Reserve, County Wexford
Wexford Wildfowl Reserve is a designated National Nature Reserveset on 500 acres of flat open land that was reclaimed from the Irish sea back in 1847.
About 250 different species of bird have been recorded on the site to date. The reserve is noted for its' geese in particular. Over a third of the world’s population of Greenland white fronted geese winter here between October and April.
The site is very visitor friendly with an observation tower that allows views over the slobs and Wexford Harbour. Within the tower there are three bird watching hides and also a video presentation is available for added information on the reserves work.
The site is a definite must see for any wildlife enthusiasts and bird watchers in general.
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