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  • Irish Bat Monitoring Programme 2018-2021 

    Aughney, Tina; Roche, Niamh; Langton, Steve (National Parks and Wildlife Service. Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, ireland, 2022-04)
    Irish wildlife manuals, No.137, 2022
    The Irish Bat Monitoring Programme is comprised of four schemes currently under the management of Bat Conservation Ireland. This report provides the results from these schemes from 2018-2021 along with long term trends in ...
  • The Status of Breeding Common Scoter in Ireland, 2020 

    Heffernan, Marie Louise; Hunt, Jackie (National Parks and Wildlife Service. Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, ireland, 2022-04)
    Irish wildlife manuals, No.136, 2022
    The Common Scoter (Melanitta nigra) is a small black sea duck that is present in thousands around the coast of Ireland in winter, with a small population breeding on Ireland’s inland lakes. In 2020, a survey was ...
  • Agricultural atmospheric ammonia: identification & assessment of potential impacts 

    Kelleghan, David B.; Fogarty, Mícheál; Welchman, Simon; Cummins, Thomas; Curran, Thomas P. (National Parks and Wildlife Service. Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, ireland, 2022-03)
    Irish wildlife manuals, No.135, 2022
  • Bat mitigation guidelines for Ireland – v2 

    Marnell, Ferdia; Kelleher, Conor; Mullen, Enda (National Parks and Wildlife Service. Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, ireland, 2022-03)
    Irish wildlife manuals, No.134, 2022
  • Natural Heritage Areas (NHAs) for Calaminarian Grassland: Selection Criteria 

    Lockhart, Neil (National Parks and Wildlife Service. Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, ireland, 2022-02)
    Irish wildlife manuals, No.130, 2022
    Calaminarian Grassland vegetation is characterised by the presence of metallophyte plants, i.e. plants that can tolerate high levels of heavy metals. In Ireland, metallophyte vegetation no longer occurs naturally, but ...