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IWT Kerry Branch
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Thursday night is Bat Night.
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Dandelions are very important for the first emerging Butterflies like the Peacock. Photo taken mid April.
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TONIGHT!!!

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Our plants are growing in a glass house somewhere in Tralee and we have shovels and forks at the ready to attack the flowerbeds....a day will be announced very soon. If you fancy getting involved give us a shout.

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Keep up to date with our Wildlife Garden Blog here.

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Tralee Bay Wetland Centre, Wildlife Garden.
More content to be added soon.....

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 Winter Waders and World Wetlands Day 31st January Our Arkearagh trip proved that this is a very special wetland area for bird life indeed! An amazing overall count of 20 different types of species within this very small stretch of the North Kerry coastline...

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A walk around Tralee Bay's Marshes and Mudflats
The wintery weather can sometimes make January
a very bleak month, with it ’ s cold short days and even colder long nights. Spare a thought for
our wild creatures struggling through the wind & rain in a constant battle
for survival. On a rather windy day on...

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Ballyseedy woodland walk
Claire Horan an
Ger Scollard lead a group around the Ballyseedy woodland last Sunday (22 nd ),
making the most of the fine weather in a leisurely three hour trip from the
North Car park to the meadow area, via the woodland path and back again. Like other Oa...

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November Calendar
Make some Bird cake Garden birds spend up to 85 % of their day feeding just to survive. The fat reserves they build up during the day are used up over night when roosting in winter conditions. Here is a great way to make your own bird cake which will greatl...
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