THE largest plantation of its kind has been carried out in Glenveagh National Park as 2,000 native Irish Scots Pine trees have been planted. National Parks and Wildlife Service staff at Glenveagh National Park have planted 2,000 native Irish Scots Pine trees in the Upper Glen of the park – the largest plantation of its kind that has […]
Funding has been allocated to Donegal groups to deliver local biodiversity projects. Malcolm Noonan TD, Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform at the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, today announced a doubling of funding to the Local Biodiversity Action Fund to €3 million for 2023. Local Authorities can now apply to […]
THE National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is urging members of the public to report illegal hare hunting.
THE alleged illegal removal of thousands of tonnes of sand from a protected beach in Gweedore is being investigated by Donegal County Council.
THE Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) has written to management of Glenveagh National Park expressing its concern that large areas of sensitive habitat are being destroyed illegally and for commercial purposes.