LOUGH Erne has long been one of the last refuges for the embattled curlew in Ireland, north or south, and it is continuing to play its part in helping reverse the rapid decline of this iconic little bird. The RSPB NI announced this week that 2022 had been a record-breaking curlew breeding season, which it […]
THE PEOPLE of Fermanagh are being encouraged to take part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch again this year, which is happening this weekend. Last year the annual survey – which takes place across the whole of the UK each January and is an important barometer of the health of our bird population, and our environment […]
The Buttermarket is currently undergoing a renovation.
Lough Erne Landscape Partnership has been granted the investment from the Heritage Lottery Fund for wildlife conservation over the next years.
ANYONE who comes across a dead bird in Fermanagh, particularly a dead swan or duck, is being urged to report their find as experts strive to control the spread of bird flu. So far there have been eight confirmed cases of avian influenza across Ireland in recent times. Two of these have been in […]
Huge bird of prey may be setting up home on Lough Erne.
…but continuing decline of curlew is a big worry.
The county is faring better than most of the UK, but there is still a lot of work to be done.
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Well-loved birds in rapid decline