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
A hands-on, family-friendly look at what’s living in Lough Gill!
Join Parkes Castle guide, Dara, for a look at the wonderful and wiggly creatures living in Lough Gill.
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Location: Parkes Castle F91 FP71 Fivemilebourne
To celebrate National Biodiversity Week 2023 which runs from the 19th – 28th of May, we’re excited to announce the 1st Annual River Nore Biodiversity Survey!
We we will be looking for keen Citizen Scientists to help us search the beautiful banks of the river and see what animals and plants we can spot!
Meeting Point: Ossory Bridge, Kilkenny End point: Bennettsbridge