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Irish Wildlife Magazine Spring Issue

Irish Wildlife Magazine Spring Issue
In the spring issue of Irish Wildlife we hear from Dr Liam Lysaght, director of the National Biodiversity Data Centre, on the findings of the newly published mammal atlas. We get an insight into a day in the life of conservation worker Katie Flood of the Irish Peatland Conservation Council; we learn about Wicklow-man Mike Walker's involvement in the designation of the world's largest marine protected area in Antartica, and the worrying decline in our butterflies from Tomás Murray. Plus all our usual features including - concerns for a massive oyster farm in Donegal, hope for our curlews, IWT reptile survey and campaign update, the need for vigilance in exploiting seaweed, branch updates and wildlife sightings from around the country. If that wasn't enough we're giving readers a chance to win a copy of the new mammal atlas - all in the latest Irish Wildlife!
 

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