IPCC’s Peatland Nature Reserves

IPCC own and manage six peatland sites for conservation in Ireland.

HERITAGECOUNCILlogoDiscovering Ketts Lough.  In 2022 IPCC received funding support under the Heritage Council’s Community Grant scheme to explore Ketts Lough and develop online resources for you to learn about this wetland habitat.

seacologyInternational Support for Curlew on Lodge Bog. IPCC received international support from Seacology in California to undertake species conservation and public awareness activities relating to the breeding Curlew on Lodge Bog. Follow this project here.

HERITAGECOUNCILlogo€40,500 for IPCC Bog Network. In 2017  and 2018 IPCC received grants of €28,500 and €12,000 from the Heritage Council to carry out a variety of conservation and education projects at four of our reserves which you can read about here.

From this page you can access the visitor guide and map for each site as follows:

Coad Bog, Co. Kerry

Fenor Bog, Co. Waterford

Girley Bog, Co. Meath

Lodge Bog, Co. Kildare

Lullymore West Bog, Co. Kildare

Contact Us
The Irish Peatland Conservation Council can be contacted at the Bog of Allen Nature Centre, Lullymore, Rathangan, Co. Kildare, R51 V293, Ireland. Tel: +353-45-860133; Email: bogs@ipcc.ie