List of Ramsar sites in Northern Ireland


List of Ramsar sites in Northern Ireland

Ramsar sites in Northern Ireland are wetlands of international importance designated under the Ramsar Convention. In the United Kingdom, the first Ramsar sites were designated in 1976. Designated and proposed sites in Northern Ireland are listed below [cite web | title=Designated and Proposed Ramsar sites in Northern Ireland | work=Joint Nature Conservation Committee | url=http://www.jncc.gov.uk/page-1393 | accessdate=2008-07-07] [cite web | title=Ramsar sites | work=NI Environment Agency | url=http://www.ni-environment.gov.uk/biodiversity/designated-areas/ramsar/ramsar_list.htm | accessdate=2008-07-07] :

*Ballynahone Bog, County Londonderry
*Belfast Lough, County Antrim and County Down
*Black Bog, County Tyrone
*Carlingford Lough, County Down
*Cuilcagh Mountain, County Fermanagh
*Derryleckagh, County Down
*Dundrum Bay, County Down (proposed site)
*Fairy Water Bogs, County Tyrone
*Fardrum and Roosky Turloughs, County Fermanagh
*Garron Plateau, County Antrim
*Garry Bog, County Antrim
*Killough Bay, County Down
*Larne Lough, County Antrim
*Lough Foyle, County Londonderry
*Lough Neagh and Lough Beg
*Magheraveely Marl Loughs (proposed site)
*Outer Ards, County Down
*Pettigoe Plateau, County Fermanagh
*Slieve Beagh, County Fermanagh and County Tyrone
*Strangford Lough, County Down
*Teal Lough (proposed site)
*Turmennan Lough, County Down
*Upper Lough Erne, County Fermanagh

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