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Great Blasket Island Kerry

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Great Blasket Island looking from Dunquin.
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Richard Bonser
Description
Great Blasket Island looking from Dunquin.

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Site Details

An uninhabited island lying some 3km west of Dunquin. The island is most famed for its breeding seabirds during the summer, although October records of Rose-breasted Grosbeak and Yellow-rumped Warbler suggest that, for the most pioneering among us, there is plenty of potential for exploration.

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Birding Sites in the Great Blasket Island Area

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Directions

The islands are reached by ferry only; ferries mainly sail from Dunquin although can also sail from Dingle. Details on the link below.

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