Birding Locations Ireland
Oxford Island Nature Reserve
Oxford Island Nature Reserve is located on the shores of Lough Neagh in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. Lough Neagh is the largest lake in Ireland and is a have for water birds, attracting over 100,000 waterfowl each winter that migrate from Arctic countries including Greenland, Oxford Island on the southern shores of the lake is a popular location for bird watching and there are several hides overlooking the reed beds. There is a visitor centre and car park so it is easy to get information and local trail guides.
If you are travelling from Dublin, use Google Maps directions:
DRIVING DIRECTIONS FROM BELFAST
The car park is located here: CAR PARK