A huge estuary with large numbers of wildfowl, especially Brent Geese and Wigeon, and high numbers of waders and gulls, in autumn and winter. The only regular site for Pintail in Kerry. This whole area can host up to a thousand or more Brent Geese, hundreds of Wigeon and thirty or so Pintail each autumn and winter, along with many other wildfowl and waders, but the birds are often distant. Try to time your visit to about two hours before high tide, especially Inch and Rossbehy. On the seaward side, there can be hundreds of Common Scoter, and many divers and other sea duck present in autumn and winter.