A coastal site near Wexford, Ireland. There is little information on the Society's questionnaire as to why it was selected, but it is now protected as Raven Point Nature Reserve and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC). A dynamic sand dune system, continually transformed by the power of the sea and wind, it is home to natterjack toad, red-breasted merganser, Greenland white-fronted goose and a number of rare beetles. Now managed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service.
(Above) The original SPNR survey documents for Raven's Point