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— John Gibney (@gibneyjfp) September 16, 2020
Unidentified location, possibly Phoenix Park.
Saturday. Glendalough, county Wicklow
(Thanks Hostels In Ireland)
Unspecified forest, County Wicklow.
comfy high chair shooting platform used to kill wild deer.
According to the Irish Times last year: ‘Wicklow accounts for over a third of all deer shot by licensed hunters in Ireland in the last hunting season, and a high concentration of deer in certain areas has been linked to outbreaks of TB.’
The deer hunting season began on September 1.
Previously: Deer culling programme in Wicklow to intensify
O’Connell Street, Dublin this morning.
Actual deer or donkey with stuck-on antlers?
We may never know.
Thanks Maria Shannon
It’s Scuffy the “reindeer’ with Amanda Scobie (left) and Sonia Kelly launching the programme of events for the Christmas season from DublinatChristmas.ie.an initiative by DublinTown, Dublin City Council, the Dublin Transport Companies, The Office of Public Works and city centre businesses.
(Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)
Phoenix Park, Dublin this morning.
“Fallow deer graze as the long grass which has been cut and bailed near the Papal Cross. Since the 1970s with the removal of hay these grasslands has been improving. Extensive open areas of grassland such as the ‘Fifteen Acres ‘ provide nesting sites for skylark. Grasslands which are remote from the main thoroughfares, are not cut and thus provide food and shelter for invertebrates and cover for small animals….”
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)