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The Butterfly Bash Round-up

As 2018’s #HeritageWeek concludes we wanted to bring you the final summary of yet another fantastic #ButterflyBash! The weather wasn’t kind to everyone across the country for recording butterflies, but nevertheless a tremendous recording effort was made last week and … Continued

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The Data Centre is employing!

The National Biodiversity Data Centre is seeking to appoint a Citizen Science Officer The National Biodiversity Data Centre and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have joined forces to run a collaborative citizen science project aimed at obtaining citizen science observations … Continued

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Autumn 2018 Workshop Programme

Register now! Before we introduce our next seasonal workshop programme, be reminded that there are still three workshops left to go in our Summer Workshop Programme, with a number of places still left in at least two of those events, … Continued

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Download your poster of the butterflies of Ireland!

Butterflies of Ireland: download your poster for free! Coinciding with the launch of National Biodiversity Week and the first day of the National Biodiversity Data Centre’s 2018 ‘Butterfly Bash’ recording challenge, we were thrilled to partner up with the Irish … Continued

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National Biodiversity Week Recording Challenge

Butterfly Bash 2018 Recording Challenge Biodiversity Week runs from tomorrow Saturday 19th May to Sunday 27th of May and these few days coincide with the start of the first peak in butterfly numbers. To support Biodiversity Week, celebrate Irish biodiversity … Continued

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Where have all the insects gone?

  As a child, it was always my job to remove moths from my big sister’s bedroom. They were common visitors then and she was terrified of them, especially the big furry white moths which would flicker around the light … Continued

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