Ballydyan

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Ballydyan: With two different parts, half of the reserve is mature ash and some scrub and the other half is a grassland with some wetland areas. It is an incredible place for birds and in spring there are many interesting butterflies. There is a circular path around the reserve and it takes 20 minutes at an easy pace. It is a real wildlife corridor with badgers, foxes, rabbits and grey squirrels all seen on the reserve.

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From Crossgar, take B7 to Ballynahinch. After 2 miles, take minor road on right to Listooder. Continue for about 1.5 miles following signs to Ballydyan.

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Never Closes.

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Free

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