Banagher Glen

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Banagher Glen: This reserve holds some of the last fragments of what were once extensive woods covering much of the north-west. The steep sides of the glens are clothed by mature trees, mostly oak and ash, with an understory of rowan, hazel, hawthorn and holly. Ferns and mosses thrive in damp shady nooks along the river banks. On most days you can see buzzards circling overhead or sparrowhawks darting through the tree-tops and patience may be rewarded by the sight of a stoat or red squirrel.

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