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Ards and North Down featured in 13 of the prettiest places to see autumn leaves in Northern Ireland

This fantastic article by Cool FM highlights some scenic spots in Ards and North Down to enjoy Autumn nature walks. 


"Mount Stewart, Newtownards

Autumn is a wonderful time to visit Mount Stewart - it's not just the foliage changing, it's the wildlife too. Look out for the red squirrels preparing for winter.

Castle Espie, Comber

Autumn is a magical time of the year to visit Castle Espie Wetland Centre. October sees the return of other migratory bird species, including Whooper swans, which are often seen swooping overhead after completing their own remarkable journey from the Arctic.

Ward Park, Bangor

Near the seaside town of Bangor, Ward Park covers a spectacular area of 37 acres of woodland. It also has a chain of small lakes providing wildfowl sanctuary with many interesting specimens and dry pens containing a large variety of exotic birds."


See the full article on the Cool FM website.