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WETLAND OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE, RAMSAR CONVENTION STRANGFORD LOUGH RAMSAR SITE

Situated on the east coast of Northern Ireland, Strangford Lough is a large shallow sea lough with an indented shoreline and a wide variety of marine and intertidal habitats. The west shore has numerous islands typical of flooded drumlin topography. The Lough contains extensive areas of mudflat and also sandflats, saltmarsh and rocky coastline. This is Northern Ireland’s most important coastal site for wintering waterfowl, and it is important for breeding terns.

EC DIRECTIVE 79/409 ON THE CONSERVATION OF WILD BIRDS STRANGFORD LOUGH SPECIAL PROTECTION AREA

Situated on the east coast of Northern Ireland, Strangford Lough is a large shallow sea lough with an indented shoreline and a wide variety of marine and intertidal habitats. The west shore has numerous islands typical of flooded drumlin topography. The Lough contains extensive areas of mudflat and also sandflats, saltmarsh and rocky coastline. This is Northern Ireland’s most important coastal site for wintering waterfowl, and it is important for breeding terns.

Explore the Coast Birds & Plants Guide - Coastal Guardians

A Birds & Plants species guide for the County Down Coast. Produced by the Strangford Lough & Lecale Partnership and Action for Biodiversity to help people look after our fascinating coastal wildlife as part of the Coastal Guardians project.