Reas Wood

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Reas Wood stretches for one mile along the shores of Lough Neagh and is a fine example of a wet woodland, dominated by alder, willow and birch trees. Some of the creatures are relics from the Ice Age still occurring in Reas Wood because of an unbroken history of woodland cover in this area for several thousand years. Through mossy alder trees are rich swampy areas with sedges, marsh marigold, tall yellow flags and the rare and beautiful summer snowflake. Among the familiar melodious songs of the robin, wren and blackbird, it is also possible to hear chiffchaff, blackcap and willow warbler.

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