Autumn at Crom
Take a walk through an incredible landscape of orange and gold this autumn. Jump in crunchy leaves, discover shiny conkers and enjoy uplifting fresh air with all the family and keep and eye out for the array of both resident and visiting wildlife at Crom this autumn.
The golden shades of leaves at Crom are sure to capture our attention in autumn. The vast landscape of Crom turns into a rainbow of warm and inviting colours, which are a feast for the senses. Going for a wander among the woodland trees or along the wall overlooking Lough Erne is sure to help us all feel happier, healthier and calmer this autumn.
Autumn at Crom is a special time of the year, not just for our visitors, but also for our wildlife. It is known that the red squirrel is an endangered species. However by managing their habitats surrounding Crom, there are plenty of opportunities to spot them. In autumn the squirrels are easier to locate as they come down from the trees scavenging the floor for nuts ahead of winter.
For bird lovers and spotters, autumn walks are the perfect time to keep a look-out for hundreds of varieties of migrant birds. Located on the shores of Derrymacrow Lough, the bird hide at Crom provides the perfect setting for bird watching. From geese and swans to large flocks of tufted duck, mallard and teal – don’t forget to bring your binoculars.