A beautiful island in Upper Lough Erne with a mosaic of habitats.
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A small island in Lower Lough Erne which is home to the rare ivy broomrape.
An impressive island nature reserve, off Islandmagee, home to the third largest colony of cliff-nesting seabirds in Northern Ireland.
A disused railway cutting that hosts an impressive variety of orchids and the largest colony of a very rare tree - the Irish whitebeam.
A short riverside woodland walk that provides access to the Lough Neagh shore – the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles.
A grassland paradise in the Belfast Hills, home to a stunning variety of rare wildlife.
A small but important semi-natural woodland in Co Antrim with a variety of interesting flora and fauna.
An impressive wildflower-rich sand dune on the north coast of Northern Ireland, home to some of the rarest species of insects in the UK.