Bat Surveys- in conjunction with Bat Conservation Ireland
For the second summer season in a row, MISE will be organising teams of volunteers to participate in brown long-eared bat roost counts from May to August 2013. This is part of the brown long-eared bat monitoring scheme for Ireland which is coordinated by Bat Conservation Ireland.
If you are interested in participating in bat roost counts in Co. Waterford, please contact Andrew at email@example.com or 086-4135544, or for surveys ongoing in other counties contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For other events and surveys run by Bat Conservation Ireland visit their events page here.
Killarney Lakes Otter Survey
Otter survey of the Lakes of Killarney National Park, Co. Kerry on Saturday May 25th. This event is being organised by Cathy Fisher, Kerry Co. Council as part of Biodiversity Week. See more details and booking information here.
Cheekpoint Wildlife Walk, Wednesday 22nd of May 2013
As part of WIT’s Bealtaine Festival of Outdoor Science and International Biodiversity Day, the Mammals in a Sustainable Environment (MISE) Project and Cheekpoint & Faithlegg Development Group are organising a wildlife walk in Cheekpoint on Wednesday the 22nd of May. Come along and find out more about the wide range of woodland and river mammals living here including squirrels, pine martens, otters, stoats. We will finish with a bat walk at twilight (weather permitting!).
This event is free and all are welcome, meeting at the old Moorings Bar, Strand Road, Cheekpoint at 8pm- this walk will take approximately 2 hours. Please bring rain gear and good boots or wellies. Children under 12 to be accompanied by an adult.