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Local charity that champions native . We work with local people to secure space for in our countryside, towns & . Tweets by Kelly
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 18
Discover all about our local bats and bugs at our Parklife Saturday clubs tomorrow in - Ballysillan Playing Fields, 10am -11.30am & at Victoria Park, 2pm-3.30pm.
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WeeMan Oct 18
The Scandinavians have started to arrive. Very large flock of Thrush/Blackbird, Redwing, Redpoll, Goldfinch and Goldcrest just hit my garden. . get your cameras out
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 18
lovely!
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 18
A weed you say? Try telling that to this charm of goldfinches feasting on a bonanza of ragwort seeds. 📸
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Mervyn Campbell Oct 17
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 17
DYK the chough, Ireland's rarest crow, was thought to start fires by carrying lighted sticks or embers from the hearth onto thatched roofs? IThe Latin name pyrrhocorax means 'fire raven', perhaps because of its bright red beak and legs (c)
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 17
what a 'charming' picture Thomas! ;)
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Grassroots Challenge Oct 17
Register your volunteer project with Grassroots Challenge and access one of a limited number of grants for up to £300 towards material costs to support young people wishing to benefit wildlife as they complete the Volunteering section of the or@GaisceAward
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Dr Debbie Roy Oct 17
Do you want to do help to tackle the problem of plastic waste? Please sign up for this important research! Lunch, coffee and pastries provided! See flyer for contact details
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WeeMan Oct 17
One of the 2nd brood owlets very kindly came out of the nest chimney whilst there was still some light about. .
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 16
fantastic, Philip!
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Philip🦎@EcotrakNI Oct 16
Only 8°C but sunny this morning at Slievenacloy nature reserve and still found 3 baby Common Lizards out basking🦎🦎🦎 (2 in this photo)
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JW Associates NI Oct 16
This is a great charity and a great team to be a part of. I have been lucky enough to work closely with them over the last year and suffice to say I'm now an please RT and encourage anyone it suits to apply
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 16
Replying to @jwassociatesni1
ahhh....thanks, Jo! Great to have you on board!
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Buglife Oct 16
Loss of wildflower habitats, pollution and climate change are pushing many of Northern Ireland’s wild bee species to extinction. New report out today: 📷
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Jonny Clark Oct 15
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 15
Replying to @KimberlyMcaulay
ahhhh...., thanks Kimberly 😊
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 15
Do you think wildlife is worth protecting? We're seeking enthusiastic, nature-loving people to help promote membership of Ulster Wildlife, which provides vital funds for our work protecting wildlife and wild places in NI >
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Ulster Wildlife Oct 15
gorgeous!
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Lesley Barker Oct 15
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