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The Wildlife (Amendment) Act 2000 substantially strenghtened the protection for wildlife previously available under the Wildlife Act 1976. In particular, it provides for the designation and conservation of NHAs. NHAs are sites that support elements of our natural heritage which are unique or are of outstanding importance at a national level. Any development in or near a NHA should avoid significant adverse impact on the features for which the site has been designated. There are two NHAs and eighteen proposed NHAs in County Cavan. These are listed below.

SITE
STATUS
CODE
Dromore Lakes
p NHA
000001
Bruse Hill
p NHA
000002
Cootehill Church
p NHA
000003
Lough Ramour
p NHA
000008
Mullanacre Upper
p NHA
000009
Slieve Rushen Bog
NHA
000009
Annagh Lough (Ballyconnell)
p NHA
000974
Blackrocks Cross
p NHA
000976
Clonty Hill
p NHA
000977
Cordonaghy Bog
p NHA
000978
Drumkeen House Woodland
p NHA
000980
Glasshouse Lake
p NHA
000983
Lough Garrow and Lough Gubdoo
p NHA
000984
Lough Kinale and Derragh Lough
NHA
000985
Lough MacNean Upper
p NHA
000986
Lough Sheelin
p NHA
000987
Madabawn Marsh
p NHA
000988
Lough Gowna
p NHA
000992
Drumcor Lough
p NHA
001841

 


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