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People Are Now Flocking to Ireland to Watch our Eagles

Lough Derg eagles are attracting tourists in crazy numbers. And these bird enthusiasts are bringing their wallets with them. White Tailed Sea Eagles. Who knew they would draw tourists and

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Urban Otters are Booming in Cork City

These cute little guys have been slinking about the gaff in Cork City, unbeknownst to most of us. Denise O’Meara tells us that everyday citizens have been helping scientists to

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Ireland’s Sacred Trees

Enter a fascinating world of trees unique to Ireland with connections dating back over thousands of years. Trees are a precious part of Ireland’s heritage, some remarkable for age or

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The Last Irish Wilderness – Irish Islands

Offshore islands are the last wilderness in Ireland. And a book called Oileáin tells us about nearly all of them. Irish for Island, Oileáin is the title of a book

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The Native Irish Pygmy Shrew Could Be No More

The Irish pygmy shrew is getting beaten out of Ireland by an invader. It’s Game of Thrones time for our native shrews. An invading species of shrew, first discovered in