A sizeable population of Black Guillemots nests in the quay walls around Dublin Port using old drainage pipes and other structures as a [...]
Dublin Port Company are undertaking a programme to monitor the movement of river lamprey in the Liffey Channel as part of the Alexandra Basin [...]
BirdWatch Ireland has been keeping a close eye on the terns that nest each summer in Dublin Port. These small migratory seabirds only spend a few [...]
Dublin Port wish to congratulate local rowing groups for their incredible fundraising efforts last November, raising an incredible €34,350 for [...]
The annual Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk takes place on St. Patrick’s Day, Friday March 17th next and offers a brilliantly enjoyable (and suitably [...]
Did you know that there are two types of seals in Dublin Bay – the Harbour Seal and the larger Grey Seal? All seals spend part of every day in [...]
Dublin City Libraries Video about Poolbeg Lighthouse.
Dublin City Libraries Video about Pigeon House.
Dublin City Libraries Video about Sandymount Baths.
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