Moore Abbey

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Moore Abbey: The site comprises a variety of broadleaf and conifer trees, mainly beech, ash and oak, Norway spruce and Douglas fir. The wood has a display of bluebells in early summer. The fauna includes the grey squirrel, badgers, pheasant and numerous other species of birds. There are paths throughout the site.

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From Portlaoise:
Take the N7 to Monasterevin (20 km) while on route the road passes through the village of Ballybrittas. On arrival in Monasterevin take a right turn which is the R417 road to Athy. Join the R417 travel for 0.8 km and car park will be on the right hand side of the road.

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Free

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