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Nearby: County Tyrone
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.
9 April 2013
Local Marine Task Force argues that an effective NI Marine Protection Programme will bring economic and environmental benefits for NI seas.
19 March 2012
A group of farmers from the UK and across the Europe will be travelling to Brussels this week (Monday March 19) to call for greater support for wildlife conservation measures in the countryside.
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MAP - Tree sparrow in Fermanagh
Date: 19 March 2012
MAP - Yellwohammer in County Fermanagh
Northern Ireland Environment Committee draft plan for Government 2011-15 - the RSPB's response to consultation
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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22 May 2013
UK nature is in trouble – that is the conclusion of a groundbreaking report published today by a coalition of leading conservation and research organisations.
Farmers across Northern Ireland have been entering 2013’s competition since it launched earlier this year, but today the RSPB NI is reminding those who’ve yet to throw their hat into the ring to do so before it’s too late. With applications only being accepted until Thursday 18 April, the race is on to find the UK’s top wildlife friendly farmer.
Staff at the B&Q ‘You can do it’ centre yesterday helped pupils from Priory College and RSPB volunteers making nestboxes for one of our rarest breeding seabirds-the roseate tern.
Pupils and RSPB volunteers learned from the B&Q staff about the best materials, crafty techniques and skills to make bespoke 5 star nestboxes that are water tight, ensuring chicks are kept warm and dry throughout our unpredictable summer weather.
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