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Biodiversity Projects in South Armagh Talks

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Biodiversity Projects in South Armagh Talks

A series of talks providing an update on the biodiversity research which has taken place in south Armagh over recent years as part of the Ring of Gullion Partnership work.

Covering red squirrels, pine martens, frogs, newts and lizards. Find out the lessons learnt and topics for further investigation.

All things red squirrels by Rebecca Synnott, Postgraduate Researcher/ PhD Student, Waterford Institute of Technology. 

Landscape Management and Pine Martens by David Tosh Bsc (Hons) PhD

Dragons in the Hills Project by Ryan Montgomery.

Amphibian and Reptile Groups UK’s Dragons in the Hills Project – Engaging with communities to conserve amphibians and reptiles in Northern Ireland. Learn more about the Dragons in the Hills Project set up to find out more about Northern Ireland’s own little dragons – our three native amphibians and reptiles: common frog, common lizard and smooth newt. Funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund for Northern Ireland, and run in partnership with Newry Mourne and Down District Council, The Herpetological Society of Ireland, The Mourne Heritage Trust and NI ARG.

Lottery Funded
NIEA DoE N&M DC Biodiversity

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