Explore what’s on during Biodiversity Week below!
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Featured image credit: Lining the Nest, by Colette Gemmell
Wondering what that plant is? Who that insect is visiting your flowers? Maybe you’ve seen an unknown bird at your feeder, or strange creatures at your local waterway or park. Explore your local area to discover fabulous flora and fauna! Our ecologists and wildlife experts will identify it for you!
Ask Our Experts from the Irish Environmental Network
Ask our ecologists and experts to identify what you’ve found! They will be on hand to ID your finds throughout the weekend.
Simply share your photo on Twitter or Instagram at any stage over the weekend, with #BackyardBioblitz, and tag us on Twitter @IrishEnvNet or Instagram @national.biodiversity.week
“Bird and Bat Box Building” with Donna Mullen. This is taking place at Castle Lake, Bailieborough, County Cavan. You can find out more on our website here and book here or through our website.
Bat Rehabilitation Ireland and Limerick bat group will be holding a bat talk and walk in Patrickswell, Co. Limerick, as part of Biodiversity Week 2023.
Meeting point is yet to be confirmed.
This talk and walk will begin at 8.30pm on 28 May 2023 and will be led by Albert Nolan of Limerick Bat Group and Susan Kerwin of Bat Rehabilitation Ireland.
Details: – Please wear appropriate footwear and warm outdoor clothing, wear a hi viz vest and bring a torch.
– Children welcome if accompanied by a parent or guardian.
– Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at this event.
– All Events are weather dependent.
Please check Limerick Bat Group’s Facebook Page for any updates: Limerick Bat Group | Facebook Queries through Facebook page or email@example.com.
To learn more about Limerick Bat Group, please visit their Facebook page for further information: Limerick Bat Group | Facebook and to learn more about Bat Rehabilitation Ireland, please visit their website: https://batrehabilitationireland.ie/ This event is free and open to all. It is being held as part of Biodiversity Week 2023.