Over 130 bird species have been recorded in the park, including the endangered wild Grey Partridge, many of which can be seen from bird hides located throughout the complex. These include one hide designed and sited to facilitate wheelchair access.
A bird hide on high ground at Tumduff Mór provides an excellent view point for many of the park’s resident water birds. At Tumduff Beag, a number of nesting shelters have been provided to aid the breeding of Grebe, Tufted Duck, Mallard, Moor Hen, Lapwing and Black-headed Gulls, which can be observed on the lake’s island.
Tumduff Mór is an excellent bird watching site for all ages. The bird hide located to the north, on an area of high ground, provides an excellent vantage point from which to observe the many visiting and resident water birds.
Tumduff Beag boasts a magnificent raised bird hide for all ages and abilities, its traditional reed thatched roof complements the site’s aesthetic qualities. Wheelchair accessible, the hide provides an excellent vantage point from which to view birds such as the Grebe, Tufted Duck, Mallard, Moor Hen, Lapwing and Black-headed Gulls.
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