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.
To promote and aid the breeding of these birds a number of nesting shelters have been provided.
The Tumduff Walk begins at the northern end of Tumduff Beag and runs alongside the tracks of a disused railway line. Whether simply partaking in a leisurely stroll, or seeking a new vantage point from which to view the birds, the path serves to include the visitor in this wetland that is characteristic of Lough Boora Discovery Park.
Parking for Tumduff Lake is provided in the Boora Lake car park, directly opposite the bird hide, or in the car park at Loch an Dochais.
Tumduff Beag is located directly on the left (east) of the Cycle Path road that links the Boora (R357) road to the Kilcormac N52 road.
Visit Tumduff Beag.
Please remember to respect the nature and conservation interests of Lough Boora Discovery Park.
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