Ireland From My Door - Wexford Wildfowl Reserve
The sun popped out today in Wexford and we took to the road and headed to the Wexford Wildfowl Reserve. I had my very excited 6-year-old with me, along with her first kite, so she was rearing to get out in the fresh air. The nature reserve is a great place for kids to explore, students to learn, and photographers to capture some magic.
The nature reserve is home to local and migrating birds which are attracted to the open fields, water channels and well-watered soils of the North Slobs. You can find depending on the time of year, geese, swans, ducks, waders. The North Slob is also a reserve for hares. During the year, foxes, and badgers also make it their home.
The Wildfowl Reserve is open daily and there is no charge. The 200-hectare reserve has a visitor centre with staff that are so friendly, and you will also find the 8-metre tall observation tower at the visitor centre.
We also made time to fly our kite on the beach which is just before the long entrance down to the reserve. Wexford was looking exceptionally beautiful today. I hope you enjoyed the photos!
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