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  • Signs Of Spring at River Moy

    A few warm days have hopefully heralded in the start of Spring in the Moy Valley. Raise a glass to that! Salmon fishing is well underway, with 62 springers being taken from the Moy system to date up to 15lbs.

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  • Falconry at Mount Falcon

    11/04/2018

    At Mount Falcon we are delighted to be able to be able to showcase these magnificent birds. Sadly Ireland now has the lowest number of birds of prey per capita in Europe.

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  • Signs Of Spring

    10/04/2018

    On a windswept wet day we once again retreat to the office to shelter. We are predominantly working in our tunnels in these conditions.

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  • September in The Kitchen Garden

    03/10/2017

    The Spring and Summer seem to have passed very quickly. We are already, once again, preparing the garden and tunnels for winter.

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  • Spring fishing starts in earnest

    29/04/2015

    The last few weeks have seen an improvement in the numbers of spring fish running the rivers and lakes that form part of Mount Falcon’s 3 Rivers package. Both Beltra and Carramore Lakes now have a good head of fish and are regularaly producing sport when conditions are right.

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  • Spring swings in the air

    07/04/2015

    Spring is almost here. It is wonderful to see all the new green shoots and growth. The bulbs we planted last autumn bring a splash of early colour to the garden. The large quantity of rhubarb that we propagated from seed, planted last summer and covered for the winter is looking very well. The chefs can’t wait to get their hands on it!

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