A haven for wetland wildlife and people in the heart of Bangor.
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During this difficult time, it is more important than ever to maintain a connection with the natural world but please respect government guidelines on social distancing.
A stroll through this small and long-established woodland offers a pleasant escape from the hustle and bustle of Bangor.
Our largest nature reserve: Ballynahone Bog is teeming with specialist wildlife and is one of the most important sites for nature conservation in Northern Ireland
An award-winning urban nature reserve, in the heart of Belfast, for people and wildlife.
Our first nature reserve: a hidden gem along the River Strule which has a long history of wildlife recording and a wealth of wildlife to match.
A small and secluded woodland nature reserve, along the banks of the River Lagan.
Our smallest nature reserve: this pleasant meadow is the prime site for one of Northern Ireland's rarest flowers - wood cranesbill.
A beautiful nature reserve with an outstanding wooded river valley and parkland, which ranks as one of the best examples of its type in Western Europe.
A traditional hill farm managed for wildlife in the spectacular Glens of Antrim.
A small but important wildlife haven on the Ards Peninsula.