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- A bog or bogland is a wetland that ac****ulates peat, a deposit of dead plant material—often mosses, and in a majority of cases, sphagnum moss. It is one...
- with glacial deposits of clay and sand, as well as significant areas of bogland and several lakes. The highest point is Carrauntoohil (1,038.6 m or 3,407 ft)...
- heathland are the most common vegetation of Connemara National Park. The boglands are situated in the wet low lying environments whereas the blanket bog...
- island across a bog. As they run from the village in the direction of the bogland, Glasha glances across her shoulder, seeing a pile of executed villagers'...
- Look up Bog, bog, boggy, or bogland in Wiktionary, the free dictionary....
- due to the number and variety of birds which winter and summer in the boglands and s****s around the lough. The flora of the north-east of Northern Ireland...
- other northern climates as well. Muskeg is approximately synonymous with bogland, but "muskeg" is the standard term in Western Canada and Alaska, while...
- McGinley, Noelle Brown. It follows the story of Maureen, a woman born in the Boglands of County Donegal who moves across the border to the Bogside to marry a...
- have a widespread distribution across the entire island with coastal, bogland and mountainous areas showing highest numbers of sightings. Five marine...
- 140 km² (about 35,000 acre) nature reserve with scenery of mountains, raised boglands, lakes and woodlands. At its heart is Glenveagh Castle, a late Victorian...
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