Northern Ireland's largest conservation charity, Ulster Wildlife (formerly called Ulster Wildlife Trust) has been a champion of the local environment for over 30 years.

We are working towards a healthy environment, rich in wildlife, valued by everyone.

Our work to protect Northern Ireland's wildlife has never been so important. Our wildlife and wild places are under serious pressure from housing, climate change, pollution and changes in land use and management of our coastal waters. While at the same time, a healthy environment is essential for the continued health and prosperity of, not only wildlife, but our society.

Through our twin visions - Living Landscapes and Living Seas - we aim to restore, recreate, reconnect our damaged countryside and to campaign for seas in which wildlife thrives, from the depths of the ocean to our coastal shallows.

Ulster Wildlife has over 12,000 members. We are one of 47 Wildlife Trusts across the UK. The Wildlife Trusts partnership is the largest UK voluntary movement dedicated to protecting the full range of our native habitats and species. Individual Wildlife Trusts - like Ulster Wildlife - work for wildlife at a local and together we have a powerful national voice.

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Talk: Marine Mammals of Northern Ireland

Thursday 2nd March 2017,
6.30pm - 7.30pm

Venue: Ballycastle Library, 5 Leyland Road

Join Rebecca Hunter from Ulster Wildlife to hear about what marine mammals you can find around Northern Ireland including seals, whales, dolphins and porpoises and what to do if you see them!

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