Brackagh

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Brackagh: This variety in soils has resulted in an extremely varied flora.

Dense alder and willow carr woodlands open on to luxuriant species-rich fens and shallow pools, while in a few areas acidic bog mosses survive, bedecked with insect-eating sundew plants. There is a path system north of the road.

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The reserve is situated just off the A27, 2 miles South East of Portadown.

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