The April 2021 fire in the Mournes :: Shared Description

The wildfire of 22/26 of April in the High Mournes was probably the work of arsonists. The seat of the fire was in the Bloody Bridge area and despite the efforts of up to 100 firefighters spread to destroy the vegetation cover on Leganabruchan, Millstone Mountain, Thomas's Mountain, Crossone and Slieve Donard. The lack of water and inaccessibility of the area made the task more difficult. Irish Air Corps helicopters were unavailable this time due to commitments in the Republic's Killarney NP wildfire. The NIFRS personnel had to tackle the fire mainly by beating it out.
by Eric Jones
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J3629 : Wild Fire on the Northern Slopes of the Mournes by Eric Jones
J3729 : Fire ravaged area at the entrance to Thomas's Mountain Quarry by Eric Jones
J3628 : Fire damaged slopes of Slieve Donard and Thomas's Mountain by Eric Jones
J3729 : Fire damage around Lindsay's Leap Quarry by Eric Jones
J3629 : Depleated flow in a tributary of the Glen River by Eric Jones
J3729 : Burnt vegetation at and above the Thomas's Mountain Quarry by Eric Jones
J3629 : Wild Fire in the Glen Valley viewed from Islands Park by Eric Jones
J3528 : Wild Fire in the High Mournes by Eric Jones
J3629 : Scorched trees on the north side of the Glen River by Eric Jones
J3731 : Contrast between the blackened slopes of the Mournes and the lush, colourful, fringes of the town of Newcastle. by Eric Jones
J3629 : Burnt vegetation cover on Thomas's Mountain by Eric Jones
J3728 : The eastern part of the Drinneevar Ridge saved by a stone wall by Eric Jones
J3628 : The NNW side of the fire ravaged Thomas's Mountain by Eric Jones
J3629 : Fire ravaged slopes above the Donard Ice House by Eric Jones
J3730 : Newcastle's Central Promenade by Eric Jones
J3628 : Scorched slopes of Millstone Mountain, Thomas's Mountain and Slieve Donard from Newcastle Harbour by Eric Jones

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Created: Sun, 2 May 2021, Updated: Tue, 11 May 2021

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