Happy World Wildlife Day 2021!

Each year on World Wildlife Day we celebrate a different aspect of wildlife.

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EU citizens are being asked to sign an online petition to speed up the phasing out of pesticide use in European agriculture.

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I am indeed very fortunate in having a wide array of wildlife within walking distance of my residence in Bandon, Co. Cork.

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Insects play critical roles in our lives. Often under-appreciated and viewed by some as a nuisance, insects are “lever pullers of the world”. These tiny animals are fundamental for a healthy ecosystem, yet they are underappreciated, understudied and rarely considered in conservation.

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Closing date for all submissions is on or before 5:00 p.m. on Friday 5th February 2021.

Cork Nature Network is aware of the news that Cork City Council aim to develop the Passage Railway Greenway (from Mahon towards Passage West).

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Discover Cork’s not so Hidden Wildlife

Cork Nature Network will hold an online Premiere of their short film Nature in Cork City on November 26th at 7pm.

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Hoverfly larvae are about as pretty as any other maggot, but grow into important pollinators and members of our ecosystems, as well as accomplished mimics of bees and wasps.

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Yellow rattle is a pretty but otherwise inconspicuous flower that grows in grasslands. Beneath the soil, it harbours a dark secret however – it is a plant vampire

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