Belfast & Northern Ireland

Bog Meadows

  438 Falls Rd      (+44) (0)28 9031 4772     more than a year ago
Run by the Ulster Wildlife Trust, this award-winning 19-hectare wetland site is a great spot for bird watching, pond dipping or simply escaping the city, and is one of only three Local Nature Reserves in NI. Feel free to explore its rivers, woodland and wildlife or take a guided group tour for a more in-depth visit.

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31.07.2008
Stewart Florence

I work in the RVH and frequently use the bog meadows for walking, running, or simply having a lunchtime picnic when weather permits. It is a wonderful place, but on my last visit I was saddened to find the main pond was awash with discarded tins, plastic bottles and general rubbish which thoughtless people had dumped during the their own visits. If we want to attract foreign visitors, promote West Belfast and preserve our wild life in the heart of the city we should be trying a bit harder to keep it clean and free of rubbish. It could be so much better for a little bit of effort.
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