RaptorLIFE have been busy this summer monitoring hen harrier – a big thank you to all the volunteers who gave up many hours of their time to help out! The season culminated with a total of ten chicks satellite tagged, with four of those from the Duhallow region. This is a joint project between RaptorLIFE, the National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS) and the Irish Raptor Study Group.
FREE EVENT - Led by Freshwater Ecologist Dr. David McCormick
When: Saturday 13th August 2016 - 11am to 4pm
Where: IRD Duhallow, James O'Keeffe Institute, Newmarket, Co.Cork
- 11am Presentation on Freshwater Ecology
- 12pm lunch provided
- 12:30 Interactive fieldtrip to investigate native fish and freshwater insects
REGISTRATION REQUIRED: If interested please contact the IRD Duhallow RaptorLIFE team on; Phone: 029 60633; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Duhallow Birdwatching group and IRD Duhallow RaptorLIFE are hosting an information Seminar on Thursday 23rd June entitled “The Amazing Swift” with guest Speaker Lynda Huxley.
Over the duration of the project, DuhallowLIFE has featured in many newspaper reports. Here is a link to download all those newspaper clippings. It's a big file (60MB) as we've been very active in disseminating information on the project