Thursday July 2, 2020

Eco worrier: Float into the past

Getting out on the Lower Bann is a chance to see Ireland’s nature in all its resplendent richness.

23rd February, 2008

Getting out on the Lower Bann is a chance to see Ireland’s nature in all its resplendent richness.

One of the most amazing ways to view Ireland’s wildlife is from a canoe, and one of the most amazing times of the year to canoe, believe it or not, is now. The mornings may be frosty, but the sun sits low in the sky and shines all day long, with no breeze to whip...

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