Oxford Island (CR-L-OI01)
Northern Ireland’s Lough Neagh is the largest lake in the British Isles. Five of Northern Ireland’s six counties have shores on the Lough. It is a haven for wildlife, attracting many species of bird during both winter and summer months. An old Irish legend tells of how the Lough was formed, when Irish giant Finn McCool grabbed a lump of land and threw it at a rival Scottish giant. He missed, and the earth landed in the Irish Sea, creating the Isle of Man.