South Dublin Branch - Gallery

Collared Flycatcher - Tory Island, Donegal (photo: Peter Phillips)

Photo Gallery

Gallery of photographs all taken within south Dublin. Click on the thumbnail image for a larger version. Then use the up and down arrows on your keyboard to scroll through the full size pictures.

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Whitethroat belting out its song on Killiney Hill. Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

Species: Whitethroat.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 8th June 2019.
Photographer: Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

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Male Blackcap on Killiney Hill. Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

Species: Blackcap.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 8th June 2019.
Photographer: Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

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Dunnock on Killiney Hill. Picture by Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

Species: Dunnock.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 6th June 2019.
Photographer: Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

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Robin still wearing juvenile plumage in Irishtown Nature Park. Picture by Shay Bagnall.

Species: Robin.
Place: Irishtown Nature Park.
Date: 4th June 2019.
Photographer: Shay Bagnall.

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Juvenile Blue Tit in Irishtown Nature Park. Picture by Shay Bagnall.

Species: Blue Tit.
Place: Irishtown Nature Park.
Date: 3rd June 2019.
Photographer: Shay Bagnall.

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Male House Sparrow holding on at Sandycove. Picture by Ronan Browne.

Species: House Sparrow.
Place: Sandycove.
Date: 1st June 2019.
Photographer: Ronan Browne.

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Whitethroat perched on Killiney Hill gorse. Picture by Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

Species: Whitethroat.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 31st May 2019.
Photographer: Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

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Female Kestrel over Killiney Hill. Picture by Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

Species: Kestrel.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 31st May 2019.
Photographer: Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

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The very aptly named Whitethroat in Irishtown Nature Park. Picture by Shay Bagnall.

Species: Whitethroat.
Place: Irishtown Nature Park.
Date: 26th May 2019.
Photographer: Shay Bagnall.

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In Irishtown Nature Park, a Meadow Pipit that somehow lost a foot. Picture by Shay Bagnall.

Species: Meadow Pipit.
Place: Irishtown Nature Park.
Date: 26th May 2019.
Photographer: Shay Bagnall.

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Tiny bird with a big personality, a Wren in a Killiney garden. Picture by Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

Species: Wren.
Place: Killiney.
Date: 22nd May 2019.
Photographer: Cairbre Ó Ciardha.

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Robin on Killiney Hill. Picture by Bill Rea.

Species: Robin.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 12th May 2019.
Photographer: Bill Rea.

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Treecreeper creeping on Killiney Hill. Picture by Bill Rea.

Species: Treecreeper.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 12th May 2019.
Photographer: Bill Rea.

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A delicate Long-tailed Tit branching out on Killiney Hill. Picture by Bill Rea.

Species: Long-tailed Tit.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 12th May 2019.
Photographer: Bill Rea.

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Male Blackbird on Killiney Hill. Picture by Bill Rea.

Species: Blackbird.
Place: Killiney Hill.
Date: 12th May 2019.
Photographer: Bill Rea.

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Male Sparrowhawk in Ballsbridge. Picture by Gustavo Zoladz.

Species: Sparrowhawk.
Place: Merrion Road, Ballsbridge.
Date: 4th May 2019.
Photographer: Gustavo Zoladz.

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Male Mandarin Duck on the Dodder. Native to the Eastern Palearctic, but sometimes found here in wildfowl collections or as escapes in urban parks. Picture by Wendy Challoner.

Species: Mandarin Duck.
Place: River Dodder near Rathfarnham.
Date: 1st May 2019.
Photographer: Wendy Challoner.

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Greenfinch among the Dandelions in Sean Moore Park. Picture by Shay Bagnall.

Species: Greenfinch.
Place: Sean Moore Park, Irishtown.
Date: 29th April 2019.
Photographer: Shay Bagnall.

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Dunnock in Sean Moore Park. Picture by Shay Bagnall.

Species: Dunnock.
Place: Sean Moore Park, Irishtown.
Date: 29th April 2019.
Photographer: Shay Bagnall.

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Male Blackcap in Irishtown Nature Park. Picture by Shay Bagnall.

Species: Blackcap.
Place: Irishtown Nature Park.
Date: 18th April 2019.
Photographer: Shay Bagnall.