Clare FM – Weekly Episode 42 – The National Parks and Wildlife Service

The National Parks and Wildlife Service has a very broad brief that includes responsibilities around the management, maintenance and development of State-owned National Parks and Nature Reserves. The service also promotes awareness of natural heritage and biodiversity issues through education, outreach to schools and engaging with stakeholders. Pat Flynn visited the Burren National Park in Clare […]

Radio Nova – Weekly Episode 37 – Differentiating Birdsong Part II

This week on Radio Nova we’re looking at the Birdsong of the Wren. If the phrase ‘punching above your weight’ should be applied to any bird it’s the Wren. One of the smallest and yet loudest residents, the Wren makes its home in almost every habitat we have in Britain.  For more in this series […]

Galway Bay FM – Weekly Episode 41 – Fireblight

This week Galway Bay FM looked at a letter to the Minister calling for action to stop the spread of Fireblight with Katie Smirnova of Hedgerows Ireland. For more in this series listen in to Galway Bay FM every Thursday at 11.20am.

WLR – Weekly Episode 37 – Irish Honey Bee’s

Ireland’s native honey bee forms the bedrock of our country’s rich heritage in beekeeping culture and is also an important component of our natural pollinators. In this weeks Ours To Protect Clodagh Walsh hears  all about these  fascinating creatures from  East Waterford beekeepers. For more in this series listen in to WLR every Wednesday at […]

South East Radio – Weekly Tips 35 – Adamstown biodiversity

Did you know?  Adamstown is a village in County Wexford, Ireland. It is located about 24 km north-west of Wexford, 20 km  east of New Ross, and 20 km  south-west of Enniscorthy. The community is proud of it’s rich history and keeping the village itself clean and environmentally friendly for locals and visitors. Adamstown Development […]

Cork’s Red FM – Weekly Episode 34 – Sea Protected Areas

Listen back to this week’s episode as talk to Fair Seas Campaign Co-ordinator Dr Donal Griffin about Sea Protected Areas in Ireland and across the EU, which protect seabirds, populations and wildlife. For more in this series listen in to Cork’s Red FM every Monday at 8.50pm.