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Pollinator Actions – Mapping Tool for Gardens

As of this afternoon, the IPI’s mapping tool is available for gardeners across the island. By logging the steps they are taking to help native pollinators, users  will reveal  the growth of the “network of pollinator-friendly environments” which is the … Continue reading

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Helping Bees in Your Garden

Just come across this little video on ways to help bees in your garden from the Sussex Wildlife Trust. https://sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/discover/in-your-garden/article/9

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GARDENS: Actions to help pollinators

The National Biodiversity Data Centre has produced the second of it’s publications under the All Ireland Polliantor Plan. The Publication is entitled: GARDENS: Actions to help pollinators There are many suggestions about how to make your garden more pollinator friendly. … Continue reading

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Butterflies in peril – what you can do

A recent report from UK’s Butterfly Conservation and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology has found that more than three quarters of the UK’s Butterflies have declined in the last 40 years. Many species are struggling and some species that … Continue reading

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A Great Step Forward for our Native Pollinators…

A “pollinator-friendly island” may sound a warm and fuzzy aspiration, rather like the bees and butterflies it aims to protect. But in reality the All Ireland Pollinator Plan – full digital version and b/w print version at biodiversityireland .ie – is a research-based … Continue reading

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