|Wren, Maynooth Ireland|
Over on the Canal was a Mute Swan. I had seen a pair just a few days ago, but this one was all by itself today.
|Mute Swan - Maynooth Ireland|
|Jackdaw - Maynooth Ireland|
Rooks seem to fill the role of crows back in the States. They sound like a Corvid, but have lighter colored beaks.
|Rook - Maynooth Ireland|
|Magpie - Maynooth, Ireland|
|Mallards - Maynooth, Ireland|
|Common Moorhen - Maynooth, Ireland|
There were quite a few small birds around the playground too. The most numerous that I saw were Pied Wagtails. A really neat looking bird that have a real knack for running away from a camera.
|Pied Wagtail - Maynooth, Ireland|
|Immature Pied Wagtail - Maynooth, Ireland|
|Wood Pigeon - Maynooth, Ireland|
|Bullfinch - Maynooth, Ireland|
I'm up to 25 species ID'd so far. Hopefully the weather stays nice and I can get out and maybe get some photos of the rest of the birds that are around.
Thanks for making it this far,