Callows

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Callows (Irish: caladh) are a type of wetland found in Ireland. They are a seasonally flooded grassland ecosystem found on low-lying river floodplains.

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  • Patrick Deeley's novel The Lost Orchard deals with the protection of "The Callows", a marshy area.

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