What better place to showcase the importance of protecting and restoring Ireland’s nature than the West Cork coast? And what better time than in the middle of June with the sun splitting the stones?  As the EU is proposing a landmark Nature Restoration Law, which would hold EU countries to […]

This month, Branch Committee Member and local National Parks and Wildlife Service Conservation Ranger Dave Rees writes about the Osprey, Pandion haliaetus. As we head into the late summer months of July and August, if you’re near any of our beaches and estuaries, keep an eye out for the magnificent […]

Even though it feels strange to be thinking about insulation in the middle of the summer, there is no better time to start planning or taking action in insulating our homes. The benefits of insulating include cheaper heating bills: On average, a home loses 20-30 per cent of its heat […]

On Sunday June 11, in partnership with the Clonakilty Bicycle Festival and Duchás Clonakilty Heritage, members of the public are invited to a Historical River Cycle to learn the history and health of the Feagle. Meet at Emmet Square, with your bicycle, at 3pm; from there the group will head […]