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 [...] (more)
In November the Brent Geese, that spend the winter in Dublin Bay, fly inland each morning to feed on public parks, sports pitches and other [...] (more)
One of the plants covered by the tide on sheltered shores of Dublin Bay is Samphire (or Salicornia). It is a wild plant that has recently become [...] (more)
One of the most popular melodies for Dublin singers is “cockles and mussels – alive alive O”. The song tells the fictional tale of a [...] (more)
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