Biodiversity Talk with Connolly Tidy Towns/Village

Come join us for an insightful talk on biodiversity hosted by Connolly Tidy Towns/Village in conjunction with Clare County Council’s Biodiversity Officer on Friday, 17th of May at 7pm at Connolly National School (V95Y066)! This in-person event will be held at Connolly National School.

Clare County Council’s Biodiversity Officer Barry O’Loughlin will talk about biodiversity enhancement actions (e.g. dipper and grey wagtail nest box installation, bat roost boxes) and funding opportunities to support community biodiversity action plans including Community Foundation Ireland’s Biodiversity Fund (Clare was awarded the highest number of biodiversity projects across the country this year), citizen science projects that community groups can take part in such as Flower-Insect Timed (FIT) Count Scheme or known as FIT Counts and the Butterfly Monitoring Scheme in conjunction with the National Biodiversity Data Centre, Irish Garden Bird Survey in conjunction with BirdWatch Ireland, etc.

Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or just curious about the environment around you, this talk will be engaging and educational. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and discover the beauty of biodiversity in your community! This is a free event.

Please book your place on eventbrite in the link below:

If you have any further queries please contact Clare County Council’s Biodiversity Officer at the email with the subject line ‘National Biodiversity Week’.