Cliffs of Moher at County Clare, Ireland
POSTCARD: "The beautiful Cliffs of Moher are a haven for seabirds and a place where people can regain a true perspective of heir place in nature."
The 8 kilometers cliffs are standing 702 feet (at their highest point) in Burren Region, County Clare facing the Atlantic coast and and considered as Ireland's most visited natural spot attracting millions each year. Around 30,000 birds in 20 species are living on the cliffs.
STAMP: Definitive stamp issued 2013 featuring the black-legged Kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla).
Thanks to Crissybaby of Ireland!