Mourne Game and Wildfowl Conservation Association

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Lead shot ban ? why we should not, here in Ireland

Most of these Birds are found at Mill Bay. This page contains 34 different speies of birds, and will be added to in the future.

BASC Northern Ireland Director, Ronan Gorman. reports on the latest news from NI. Updated on (7/2/2001)

Millbay in finner detail, with a closer look at part of the Mournes.

This is a storey of a dog and a Jeep. I know it is true because a friend of mine said it happen to his cousin.

When the antis and thuds go down to the woods they leave you with a big disapointment.

Boat and Shore Fishing from Kilkeel. new A1-Tackle.com for discount fishing tackle from leading manufacturers.


Totally revamped page of links for the sporting person.

Mourne Game and Wildfowl was set-up to facitate and to enhance the area of Mill Bay, and surrounding areaswhich is just out side Kilkeel (map61kbs) Co.Down, Northern Ireland. This is where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to thesea.

The Club is affiliated to BASC [The British Association for Shooting and Conservation] and that the mandatory "Duck Stamp" is supported by all members. And we gladly accept the emphasis being put on habitat protection.

Mourne Game and W.C.A. functions are to:-)

Maitain and enhance shooting in the Mill Bay area.

To encourage a high standard, of behaviour and sportsmanship.

To provide refuges for migrant fowl and waders that boost the native population each winter.

And meet head-on any threat to undermine or curtail traditional pursuits.


I have listed most of the Birds that I, (and my co-author of this page "club member") believe to inhabbit Mill Bay shore and surrounding area. And we would be grateful, that any help we get in the setting up and maintaining a bird count on the shore.

The Mourne area of which Kilkeel harbour (photo from air 56kbs)boasts the largest fishing fleet (photo of boats78kbs) in Ireland. The port is a hive of activity and well worth a visit to capture the colourful and picturesque setting.

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M.G.and W.C.A. Site created and maintained by :

David McConnell. The Club Secretary.

Email to: dtmcc@nildram.co.uk