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Vital volunteers needed to save our last red squirrels
Friday 24th February, 2017
Are you nuts about red squirrels? We're leading a recruitment drive for volunteers across Northern Ireland to save our last red squirrels.
Fermanagh man makes the cut to raise funds for nature
Wednesday 1st February, 2017
A Fermanagh wildlife enthusiast has been growing his hair and beard, for almost two years, to raise funds for local nature conservation charity Ulster Wildlife.
Do something for nature in 2017
Tuesday 3rd January, 2017
With the New Year, comes new year’s resolutions! This year, why not make a pledge to do something for nature?
Ulster Wildlife expresses concern over badger cull plans
Monday 19th December, 2016
Ulster Wildlife has expressed concern about the strategy on bovine TB (bTB) eradication for Northern Ireland which was launched last week by the TB Strategic Partnership Group. This could see large numbers of healthy badgers culled within ten intervention areas across Northern Ireland.
Four new marine protected areas welcomed for NI's seas
Tuesday 13th December, 2016
The Northern Ireland Marine Task Force (NIMTF), a coalition of ten environmental organisations including Ulster Wildlife, today welcomed the designation of four new Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) for our seas.
Trainees set for future wild career after year-long traineeship
Monday 12th December, 2016
Thanks to funding from Heritage Lottery Fund’s Skills for the Future Programme, six passionate and talented trainees from Ulster Wildlife are celebrating their success having completed a year-long paid nature skills traineeship.
John Lewis Christmas advert will bring joy and nature to children
Thursday 10th November, 2016
The Wildlife Trusts are delighted to be John Lewis’s Christmas campaign charity partner.
Act for bats!
Tuesday 18th October, 2016
Gardeners urged to take action to help the stars of the night.
HRH The Earl of Wessex praises young DofE wildlife champions
Tuesday 11th October, 2016
HRH The Earl of Wessex, visited Hillsborough Castle today to meet with young people undertaking their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE), as part of a tour marking the DofE Charity’s 60th anniversary.
Grassroots initiative helps young people champion nature
Tuesday 27th September, 2016
The future’s bright for Northern Ireland’s young people and wildlife thanks to a brand new initiative led by Ulster Wildlife – the Grassroots Challenge.