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Barnatra Mayo

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The small estuary at Barnatra, as viewed from the road.
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The small estuary at Barnatra, as viewed from the road.

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Site Details

Situated on the eastern side of the isthmus that connects The Mullet peninsula to the Irish mainland, Barnatra is a small village situated on the R314. Birding potential is relatively low, although an apparent Thayer's Gull was found here in 2005.

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From Belmullet, take the R313 east towards Bangor before taking the signposted turn northeast on the R314.

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