April is the month when many of the winter species leave for their breeding grounds further north and summer species arrive to breed here in Ireland. The arrival of swallows and terns is the signal of the start of spring. The accompanying chorus of songbirds and hopefully sunny weather makes for a different birding experience to winter in. Carlingford and its environs is an ideal place to watch birds, both for beginners and for experts.
Cooley Peninsula Wildlife Guide: http://www.carlingford.ie/index.php/activities-carlingford-louth-ireland/bird-watching-cooley-peninsula
Cooley Peninsula Wildlife Website: http://www.cooleywildlifephotography.com/