We are committed to supporting the conservation of Ireland’s birds and their habitats. Through capital works and consultation we work to ensure a positive future for all species.
Celebrating 50 years of nature conservation
Our Commitment to Our Donors
Ireland is a mosaic of habitats; from our Internationally important blanket bogs to our complex wetland systems, rivers and estuaries, from our endangered native woodland to the marine which defines our island. One-hundred and seventeen habitat types have been officially classified in Ireland, nearly half of which correspond with Annex I of the EU Habitats Directive. Each habitat plays an important role in supporting Irish birds and biodiversity and thanks to your support, it is our task to protect them! In this section you will find information about the capitol works and consultation which we employ on the front line of conservation to protect some of our most endangered breeding birds, including countryside and wetland birds such as the Curlew and Corncrake and seabirds such as Roseate and Little Terns.
Countryside & Wetlands
A decline in farmland bird populations is telling us that we need to do more to maintain a healthy balance of nature across Irish farmland. Find out more here.
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Visit our shop and find the essential items for every birdwatcher and wildlife enthusiast. Whether you are a serious twitcher or someone who is looking for a nice gift, we’ve got it sorted. With the added bonus that your purchase is contributing directly to wildlife conservation in Ireland, visit now to see our amazing range.