The famously private Lambay Island off Dublin’s coast is a biodiversity hot spot. The island boasts the biggest cormorant colony in Ireland and Britain as well as the most significant seal colony on Ireland’s east coast. Rockabill is noted for its internationally important population of Roseate Terns, as well as hosting Black Guillemots and Kittiwakes.
Participants will leave Malahide in the afternoon and travel by boat around the beautiful islands viewing the bird and marine life that swarm their coasts. The expedition will be led by marine experts Johnny Woodlock of the Irish Seal Sanctuary and John Daly. They will be on hand to answer all your questions about wildlife on the islands.
Date: Tuesday 17th
Time: Meet at Marina in Malahide 9.30am. Return in early afternoon.
This is a ticket only event and is now full.