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Birds of Ballyyahoo

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heron about to take flight illustrating an article about Irish birdsThere are over 450 species of Irish birds.

Some of these are rare, so you don’t get to see them all.

But if you keep your eyes open when you are out walking you can see quite few.

The best places to find Irish birds are in the woodlands, forests, parks and gardens. Birds like fresh air, plenty of green and a clean environment.

Irish birds are both beautiful and plentiful, but nowhere more so than Ballyyahoo.

In Ballyyahoo we have lots green hills and beaches as well as woodlands like the Witchy Woods.

The woods are packed with trees, hedges and shrubs – all the things Birds love.

In spring and summer the hedgerows of Ballyyahoo are brimming with blackberries and raspberries.

If you look carefully you will often see the birds fluttering on the branches and feasting on the berries.

raspberries illustrating an article about Irish birdsBallyyahooians grow tons of raspberries, so they don’t mind sharing them with the birds.

That is, as long as they leave enough for them to make jam.

As you walk past the hedgerows in the morning you can hear the birds singing and twittering.

If you listen carefully you can learn to pick out the different sounds the birds make as they go about their birdy business.

In Ballyyahoo we have many species of birds and you can click on the links below to find out more about the birds of Ballyyahoo.

Herons

Wild Swans

Little Bird On My Window


There are also some birds you won’t find anywhere else except Ballyyahoo.

These special and strange birds cause a great deal of trouble with their mischievous ways.

You have to be very careful around these particular birds, but because they are tinged with magic everyone loves them.

To find out more about these magic birds click the link below:

Squawk birds

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