Limavady’s Coastal Biodiversity Booklet

Limavady Borough has a spectacular coastline stretching from Longfield Bank in the west along the eastern shore of Lough Foyle around Magilligan Point and along Benone Strand towards Downhill, and is a rewarding place to visit for anyone interested … [Read more...]

Biodiversity Games 2012

In 2012 The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) award of a £48,000 grant to support a partnership of 13 local councils as they equip and train the next generation of biodiversity recording and conservation volunteers. This new project will enable local … [Read more...]

Wildlife Gardening Completion

The 2012 summer saw Ballymoney, Coleraine, Limavady and Moyle Councils inviting local residents to make the most of the better weather, get outdoors, transform their gardens into a mini nature reserve and enter the Wildlife Gardening Competition … [Read more...]

Figure of Eight Moth

Over a weekend in October 2011, the Causeway Coast and Glens Council Cluster Biodiversity Officer in partnership with Butterfly Conservation NI, conducted a survey of the winter moths in Castlerock. The result of which was a rare find, the ‘Figure of … [Read more...]

Drumaheglis Going Native

In 2013 Ballymoney Council started taking positive steps to enhance Drumaheglis Marine and Caravan Park, for the benefit of visitors, the local community and biodiversity through a series of improvement works, one of which was ‘Going Native’. This … [Read more...]

Tree Planting in Riverside Park

Pupils and staff from Dalriada Schools Conservation Society teamed up with Ballymoney Borough Council grounds staff and Biodiversity Officer to plant native trees in Riverside Park. The trees were all grown from seed by the schools Conservation … [Read more...]