Archives for August 2016

Three successful weeks of Biodiversity Summer School in Mid and East Antrim

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has come to the end of three weeks of Biodiversity Summer Schools aimed to inspire and galvanize Borough residents to discover more about the incredible species and habitats on their doorstep. The school took … [Read more...]

Bees are buzzing in Fermanagh and Omagh

If you are near the Strule Arts Centre in Omagh or Enniskillen Castle in the next few weeks you may hear a bit more buzz about as 15 local schools have ‘done their bit for biodiversity’ and planted up pots for pollinators. As part of a campaign … [Read more...]

Foraging for free in County Fermanagh this September 2016

Join Forage Ireland and Fermanagh and Omagh District Council at two unique walks to forage for the natural wonders growing on the shores of Lough Erne.  We will explore the bounty that our lough side habitats support at Devenish Partnership Nature … [Read more...]

Walk on the wild side, at Newtownabbey’s Carnmoney Hill

Swathes of glorious wildflowers are lifting their pretty heads to greet visitors to the Woodland Trust’s Carnmoney Hill in Newtownabbey. The vibrant beauties, which include ox-eye daisy, poppy and cornflower, line the hill’s entrance at Dunanney, … [Read more...]