Lady's Island lagoon

Mar 26, 2017, 01:09 PM

Audio clip from the free Norman Way GPS audio tour:

Stop here to read the signs informing the visitor of the wide variety of flora and fauna to look out in Lady's Lake lagoon. Long before the Anglo-Normans set foot in Wexford in 1169, invader of a winged variety had been arriving at these shores. It is home to the largest tern colony in the country with some 2000 nesting birds per year. See the sign for more information and listen to Jim Hurley, a member of the Wexford Naturalists Field Club tell us what to look out for here.

The Norman Way, Wexford, birdlife