Where: Gold Coast Golf Resort, Ballinacourty, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. Talks will be held in the meeting room located near the holiday lodges
When: Friday September 13th at 6.30 pm
6.30 – 7.00 pm: Peter Turner (MISE):
The MISE Project has been running since April 2011. During that time we have learned about pine marten, otters, squirrels, bats and small mammals in the region. Pete will discuss what we’ve learned about these species and how people have become involved in the project.
7.00 – 7.30 pm: Liam Lysaght (National Biodiversity Data Centre):
The Mammal Atlas is an exciting initiative that pulls together data from existing recording projects and datasets to provide an overview of the current and historic distribution of Irish mammals. One of the primary aims of the project is to encourage recording of the more common Irish mammals so that a comprehensive picture of their distribution is achieved by 2015. Liam will discuss the work to date, and what we can do to help.
Check out the The Comeraghs Wild Festival
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 086-4135544, or for surveys ongoing in other counties contact email@example.com. For other events and surveys run by Bat Conservation Ireland visit their events page here.
Daubenton’s Bat Survey Training, Co. Waterford
It is the 8th year of the All Ireland Daubenton’s Bat Waterway Survey and Bat Conservation Ireland are seeking volunteers. Are you interested in surveying your local waterway for Daubenton’s bat? If so, join us for free training evening at the Park Hotel, Dungarvan, County Waterford @ 8.00 pm on the 17th July. This event is co-hosted with Waterford County Council and anyone interested in wildlife is welcome. This training will involve an indoor talk followed by a practical session using bat detectors on a local river. Bat Conservation Ireland will provide the use of a bat detector for the survey. No prior experience is needed.If you would like to register for the bat workshop , please e-mail Bernadette Guest, Heritage Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 058 20839 Further information also available on:-http://www.batconservationireland.org/php/monitoring_daub.php
You can also find information on more Daubenton’s bat training events around the country at http://www.batconservationireland.org/php/events.php