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  • What is it?

If birding or twitching is your thing then you will really not want to miss a visit the Wildfowl reserve at Inch Island in Donegal. The Whooper Swan flying in a bright winter sky is its logo and in many ways it captures the heart beat of this project as thousands of winter wildfowl use these sites as a first stop on their migratory journey south for the winter months. It’s not unusual at Inch during Winter months to see fields with several thousand Greylag Geese or Whooper Swans grazing or to witness the return of the birds to the lake at Dusk one of the most impressive displays of bird watching you are likely to witness. Both sites have a wealth of wildlife to experience and the pathway infrastructure caters for outdoor recreational activity including walking, running, cycling or just to visit in the car and experience the coastal views at one of our car parks where information signs are erected. A popular spot for locals and visitors alike where you can walk or cycle and picnic at leisure.

  • Location.

Situated in the shadow of Scalp Mountain on the eastern shores of Lough Swilly, tucked neatly behind Inch Island.

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