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  • Ulster Wildlife Trust celebrates Remember a Charity Week

    Tuesday 13th September, 2011

    Meadow Buttercups (c) Zsuszanna Bird

    This week we celebrate the invaluable contribution of those who have made gifts to charities, including the Ulster Wildlife Trust, in their wills.

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  • Big Step Forward for Local Wildlife

    Thursday 8th September, 2011

    Barn Owl (c) David Appleton

    Ulster Wildlife Trust Development Director, Victoria Magreehan, welcomes new legislation for local wildflife

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  • Take the Autumn Moth Trail at Slievenacloy

    Thursday 8th September, 2011

    The Herald (c) Ulster Wildlife Trust

    On National Trails Day, we join the celebration of Ireland's wonderful variety of trails by offering you the opportunity to take an Autumn Moth Trail on our Slievenacloy Nature Reserve; in partnership with Butterfly Conservation NI.

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  • Late Bloomers

    Thursday 8th September, 2011

    Autumn Watch (c) T Marshall

    Autumn may be drawing in but there are still plenty of wildlife delights to discover. Nature Reserves Officer, Andy Crory, describes a few of our late bloomers.

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  • New Living Seas Manager for Ulster Wildlife Trust

    Tuesday 2nd August, 2011

    Jade Berman, Living Seas Manager

    The Ulster Wildlife Trust is delighted to welcome Jade Berman as Living Seas Manager.

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  • Petition Fish@ Ikea

    Tuesday 2nd August, 2011

    Volunteer Hayley Stokes with Petition Fish

    Sign a scale to save our seas at Ikea, Harbour Exchange, Belfast from 8-14 August.

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  • National Marine Week

    Monday 1st August, 2011

    Common dolphin breaching

    The UK's marine environment provides a haven for some of our most fascinating wildlife, such as basking sharks, grey seals, puffins and dolphins. Each year The Wildlife Trusts celebrate the UK's amazing sea animals and plants during National Marine Week

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