Mural at Booterstown Nature Book

For years the 85-metre-long concrete culvert wall at Booterstown Nature Get has actually been used as a graffiti canvas.

Now the wall has actually a mural created by artist Shane Ha that reveals the variety of this marsh landscape.

The An Taisce Dun Laoghaire Association has managed and looked after the Book for over 50 years taking it from an oil-polluted marsh to a European Nature Site of International significance as an Unique Security Location under the Birds Regulation.

Booterstown Mural 5

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Booterstown Bird Marsh Mural finished- September 2021
Photographer: Rose Comiskey

PHOTOS– Rose Comiskey

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