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Mulrany Mayo

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Species
Semipalmated Sandpiper
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Josh Jones
Date
21 September 2011
Description
Juvenile; the following day two were present.
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Site Details

A small, tidal harbour which may hold small numbers of waders in autumn, and gulls in winter. Rarities have included Elegant Tern and Semipalmated Sandpiper.

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The estuary is best viewed from the west side. This can be reach by taking the minor road (signposted to the beach) off the N59 at the west end of the village. Depending on the whereabouts of birds, either the causeway (L828963) or the pier (L830957) offer closest views.

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