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Northern Ireland achieves first ever Marine Act

25 September 2013

The Northern Ireland Marine Bill has received Royal Ascent to become the Northern Ireland Marine Act 2013.

Common seal on beach

Seamus Heaney 1939 - 2013

30 August 2013

We are saddened today to hear of the death of Seamus Heaney.

Lapwing at RSPB Rainham Marshes nature reserve

Have you seen a red kite?

9 May 2013

The RSPB is asking people in the south Down area to report suspected breeding of red kites. The Northern Ireland Red Kite Reintroduction Project saw 80 red kite chicks released in Castlewellan Forest between 2008 and 2010, and in 2010 the first red kite chicks to be born here in over 200 years took to the skies. Currently, it is estimated that in 2012 there were only 13 breeding pairs of red kites in Northern Ireland.

Red kite in flight

Places to visit

Visit a nature reserve or get up close to exciting birds at a Date with Nature event

Documents

Downloads from our Document Library.

MAP - Tree sparrow in Fermanagh

MAP - Tree sparrow in Fermanagh

1.63Mb, PDF

Date: 19 March 2012

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MAP - Yellwohammer in County Fermanagh

MAP - Yellwohammer in County Fermanagh

1.61Mb, PDF

Date: 19 March 2012

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Northern Ireland Environment Committee draft plan for Government 2011-15 - the RSPB's response to consultation

Northern Ireland Environment Committee draft plan for Government 2011-15 - the RSPB's response to consultation

273Kb, PDF

We are pleased to be able to comment on this consultation document. However, the RSPB is disappointed that the Draft PfG is another missed opportunity by the Executive, to grasp the importance and potential of our natural environment.

Date: 20 December 2011

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Projects

RSPB science, conservation and farming projects in your area.

9 April 2013Northern Ireland Red Kites
4 September 2012Halting Environmental Loss Project

Featured news

Selected local stories from the RSPB.

Protective parents!

30 June 2014

Herring gulls take parenting very seriously – whether they are on an unpopulated coastal island or in a town or city. Defending their nest and their young is part of their DNA.

Herring gull perching on railing

RSPB welcomes RDP funding

27 June 2014

The RSPB has welcomed Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill’s long-awaited announcement of funds for the Rural Development Programme (RDP).

Letter writing

Big Wild Campout is coming!

24 June 2014

Last summer more than 200 people joined the RSPB to sleep out under the stars at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum in Cultra, County Down.

Big Wild Sleepout at Titchwell

Events

Events coming up in the next 7 days.

There are currently no events in County Fermanagh. in the next 7 days.

Local groups

Meet like-minded people in your local area.

Fermanagh Local Group

Volunteering

Over 17,000 people around the UK give their time for the RSPB. Listed below are just a few ways you can volunteer in the local area.

VMS assistant
Festival Pin Badge Minder
Big Wild Campout - Event Team
Events and Outreach Education Assistant
Donate your old and unwanted optics equipment – binoculars, telescopes and tripods

Job vacancies

There are currently no job vacancies in County Fermanagh.