Environmental Surveys

  • Had three lovely pairs of nesting Lapwing on a beautiful marsh/wetland where Brittas Ponds meet the Camac. Also snipe nesting there and it’s covered in Ragged Robin.

  • A beautiful section of the Camac near Baldonnel Business Pk. Gives an insight to how beautiful this river is. Reed Buntings, Yellowhammers, Stonechats, Whitethroats, Linnets Erc all along the river.

  • An active main Badger sett located along the upland section of the Corbally Stream, spoil and discarded bedding visible at the entrance. (Cred: D. D’Arcy)

  • Grey Heron perched within Camac River in Grattan Crescent Park, Dublin Inner City. (Cred: S. Atkinson)

  • An image of Lapwing captured in the vicinity of ‘Brittas Ponds’, near the source of the Camac. Several pairs of this species were recorded nesting at this location. (Cred: E. Dempsey)

  • An image of a Yellowhammer captured in the Baldonnel area during the Camac Surveys. (Cred: E. Dempsey)

  • An image of Grey Wagtail captured during the Camac surveys. This species was present throughout the study area (Cred: E. Dempsey).

  • Example of the lowland/depositing form of the Camac River as it flows through Lansdowne Valley Park (Photo credit: S. Atkinson).

  • Old bridge and species rich grasslands along the Camac Valley floor at Slade (Photo credit: Atkinson).
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