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All about Sunflowers

August 20th, 2020|Categories: Feeding Birds, News|

All about Sunflowers Sunflower seeds come from the familiar flowering seed heads of sunflower plants, with the seed developing as the flower dies off at the end of the summer. To grow on a [...]

The Wicklow Swift project

August 11th, 2020|Categories: Heritage Week, Swifts|

        WICKLOW SWIFT PROJECT  FOR HERITAGE WEEK   The Wicklow Swift project is playing its part in protecting the swift population in Ireland which is under serious threat due to the loss of [...]

Swifts go to Gaol.

June 18th, 2020|Categories: News, Uncategorised|Tags: |

Interview By David Medcalf, Wicklow People, 18th June 2020.   They are really remarkable little creatures. Small enough to fit through a hole the size of crème egg, swifts unravel their wings [...]

October Rowan Fest

October 1st, 2019|Categories: Migration, Winter|

In early autumn, from late July onwards, Blackbirds take to the shrubs and bushes, often appearing clumsy on outer branches, laden with fruit. They are attracted to the procession of ripening berries [...]

House Martins, master builders?

July 26th, 2019|Categories: Nest, News, Young Birds|

House Martins gather up mud (c.Oran O'Sullivan) Summer showers, heavy but not too prolonged, are ideal weather conditions in an otherwise dry, hot summer for two of our summer visitors. Swallow and [...]

Knocking on Wood

February 25th, 2019|Categories: Biodiversity, News|

Knocking on Wood: a Great Spotted Woodpecker (c. OOS) That precious extra hour or so of winter ending daylight is really noticable now, especially when the weather is dry and bright. Though [...]

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