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Old Friday 2nd September 2005, 14:12   #1
Endemichere
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bridges of ross?

I have heard that the birdges of ross (west ireland) are a great place to watch seabirds, but does anyone know how to get to it - i can't even find it on the map!
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Old Friday 2nd September 2005, 19:59   #2
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Its in County Clare on the north side of the Loop Head. The nearest town is Kilkee.

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