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Brent Geese

A (gaggle?) of Brent Geese stalk the dropping tide at Salthill on a  Friday Evening. They are looking for, surprisingly, Zostera, which is a  sea-grass or Ulva, which is green algae. They also eat terrestrial  grasses.

Look for more information at The Irish Brent Goose Research Group


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