|Irish: Tearmann Dúlra Choill na hIúraí|
Uragh Wood seen from the lake
|Location||County Kerry, Ireland|
|Governing body||National Parks and Wildlife Service|
Uragh Wood (Irish: Tearmann Dúlra Choill na hIúraí) is wood in Tuosist, County Kerry, Ireland, which was designated a nature reserve in 1982. The wood is largely sessile oak and covers 87 ha. It is owned by the state.
Since Ireland's adoption of the European Union's Habitats Directive, the wood has been included within a Special Area of Conservation of 1,154 ha called "Cloonee and Inchiquin Loughs, Uragh Wood" (Inchiquin being the lake next to the wood).
Flora and Fauna
- The Kerry Slug (listed in annexes II and IV of the Habitats Directive)
- The Lesser horseshoe bat (listed in annex II of the Habitats Directive)
There is no public access.
- "Uragh Wood nature reserve".
- There are several variants of the name of the lake including an Irish version, Loch Inse Choinn. (See Cloonee and Inchiquin Loughs)
- Cloonee and Inchiquin Loughs, Uragh Wood SAC, National Parks and Wildlife Service.
- "Site synopsis; Cloonee and Inchiquin Loughs, Uragh Wood SAC" (PDF).