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Lough Ree, the fifth largest lake in Ireland, is popular as a destination for fishing and sailing and also as a place to observe flora and fauna. The shores of the lake are a wonderful environment for wild flowers to flourish and the quiet waters attract marsh birds. Lough Ree is also notable for its numerous interesting islands, including Saints Island. Joined to the mainland by a causeway, Saints Island features the ruins of an Augustinian monastery.