Bohill

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Bohill: A tiny area of deciduous woodland, comprising holly, oak, birch, rowan and hazel which have naturally regenerated since the site was clear felled in the past. Rocky outcrops on the steep slope support mosses, liverworts and ferns which thrive in the moist conditions and deep shade created under the closed canopy of the woodland trees. Red deer often pass through the reserve, their footprints and other signs revealing their presence. Many species of woodland bird can be heard on the reserve. Jays, goldcrests and tits are joined by migrant summer visitors such as the chiffchaff and blackcap.

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From Ballynahinch
Take the A24 towards Newcastle for approximately 4 miles to Tievenadarragh Wood. Turn right onto Tannaghmore Road for 0.25 miles.

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