Ulster Wildlife is appealing to the public to help with locating new nest sites to safeguard the future of this endangered bird.
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Northern Ireland’s tiny barn owl population has been given a much-needed boost with the discovery of a new nest site in Co. Down.
A comprehensive and illustrated guide to help wildlife watchers explore the stunning Glenarm coastline has been launched by Glenarm Wildlife Group and Ulster Wildlife.
Members of the public are invited to participate in a Citizen Science survey, and record their sightings of red squirrels, grey squirrels and pine martens.
Creative woodwork students at North West Regional College have designed and manufactured ten bespoke owl boxes to assist Ulster Wildlife with its barn owl conservation work.
Two red squirrels from Belfast Zoo have been released into Montalto Estate, in Ballynahinch, in a bid to boost numbers of this endangered mammal in County Down.
Barn owls nesting on privately-owned farmland, near Crumlin, have given birth to five chicks this year, the largest brood recorded here according to conservationists.