This week Midwest Radio went to the biodiversity inspired Mayfield lake looped walk in Claremorris
Did you know…
- Claremorris’ Pollagh Conservation Area nurtures wildflowers, sustaining butterflies and enhancing local biodiversity..
- Robe River’s riparian habitat in Claremorris supports otters, kingfishers, enriching County Mayo’s biodiversity..
- Callow Lakes near Claremorris host migratory birds, contributing to diverse wetland ecosystems..
Why is biodiversity in Mayo so important?
- Claremorris’ biodiversity preserves genetic diversity crucial for ecosystem resilience and adaptation.
- Rich biodiversity in County Mayo supports pollination, soil health, and water purification.
- Conservation in Claremorris maintains cultural heritage and natural beauty, fostering community well-being.
What can I do to help biodiversity in Mayo?
- Participate in local clean-up events and educate others to raise awareness about Claremorris’ biodiversity.
- Reduce pesticide use, create insect-friendly spaces, and support conservation efforts for biodiversity.
- Plant native wildflowers and trees to restore habitats and attract local wildlife.
Here’s a few websites if you want to know more!
www.mayo.ie – where you can find out more about the wonderful Mayfield lake looped walk
www.biodiversityireland.ie – you can head here to find out some good way to help with biodiversity in your area