Island Life: Bird watching on Inishbofin

Roisin Finlay heads to the Connemara island and finds big skies, big ideas and peace by the bucketful

8th May, 2016
A seal on Inishbofin

‘She reminds me of a librarian. She’s shy, and from a distance, might seem quite dowdy. It turns out she has a fairly racy sex life, though.”

Anthony McGeehan’s eyes give a cheeky twinkle as he adds: “She has two partners and she plays them off against each other. One is her alpha male, and the other her beta. She’s always sneaking off on the alpha, and he’s then in a...

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