The blanket bog plateau of Sliabh Beagh or Bragan in North Monaghan, Tyrone and Fermanagh is a special place for nature, hosting many rare species including the Hen Harrier and endangered Curlew. It provides water supplies and is an important carbon sink. It is a protected European site and a landscape where people come to walk and enjoy the health benefits of being in a quality outdoor environment. In this podcast recorded onsite, we hear from walkers, local people, conservationists, bird watchers and heritage specialists about why Sliabh Beagh matters and how it makes a difference to our lives.
Listen to the podcast here: