Curragh Feeagh (closed)

Hay meadow with yellow rattle

Lee Schofield

Curragh Feeagh (closed)

This closed reserve is the watershed of two tributaries and is known in gaelic as Raven’s Marsh


Ballabooie Road
A static map of Curragh Feeagh (closed)

Know before you go

2 hectares


No access to this closed site


No dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Closed to the public

Best time to visit


About the reserve

This small site lies in a shallow valley on a watershed and consequently is very wet.  Much of the reserve is a mosaic of marshy grassland, dominated by rushes or tussock-forming purple moor grass with marsh cinquefoil, marsh thistle, devil's bit scabious, greater bird’s-foot trefoil and tufted vetch: and curragh. The curragh is dominated by grey and eared willow but osier is also present.  The remainder of the site is a wet meadow hosting a wonderful display of orchids in June.

Management:  The meadow is cut for hay whilst open areas on the bulk of the site are maintained by managing the spread of scrub.

Contact us

Tricia Sayle, Reserves Officer
Contact number: 01624 844432
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