Cummeragh River Bog Nature Reserve is located approx. 9km to the east of Waterville village county Kerry, Ireland is accessible off a local road. The 45.5 ha bog is the most southerly intact lowland blanket bog in Ireland and is of significant international importance for its bog structure condition, vegetation and bird life. It is in excellent condition and actively growing, has a well developed pattern of hummocks and pools, has a mature and luxuriant vegetation cover and is great for Bird Watching. Birdlife includes Curlews who nest on the bog and the tow rivers that borders the Nature Reserve contains spawning beds for Sea Trout.
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