On the other side of the Bull Island causeway, I looked out through my binoculars and quickly spotted birds. They were everywhere!
Walking on, we picked our way through tall grasses rustling in the wind moving north toward the tip of Bull Island.
We spotted a reed bunting in the distance balancing precariously.
We crept closer and spotted a group of ringed plovers hanging out on a small patch of dry ground as the tide came in around them. Such beautiful birds!
At the very northern tip of Bull Island, we were rewarded with gorgeous views of Howth Head.
We strolled back the way we had come and spotted all sorts of amazing shells along the way.
By the time we finished our walk around North Bull Island, it was definitely high tide and the channel under the causeway used to walk onto the island was flooded.Perkulicious for coffee and a snack in their outdoor garden. It was a perfect end to a perfect sunny day on North Bull Island!
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