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  • Botanical, Environmental & Conservation Consultants - Environmental consultancy specialising in ecological research, with information on projects, such as the Irish National Native Woodland Survey, staff and company profiles, downloadable documents and a query answering service.
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  • Butterflies of Ireland - Presented by Dublin Naturalists Field Club, shows photographs and information on all Ireland's native and immigrant butterflies, for egg, adult, caterpillar and pupa, together with distribution map for each species.
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  • Cork County Bat Group - Includes contacts, current projects, recent events and information on bats in Ireland.
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  • Dragonfly Ireland - Aims to raise the profile of dragonflies in Ireland, and runs to at least 2003. Provides detailed information on the insects, an identification guide, news, links and a section on participating in a recording project.
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  • Foxwatch Ireland - Information on foxes, their situation in Ireland, observation, road kills, a diary, gallery, FAQs and contact details.
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  • The Golden Eagle Re-Introduction Project - Five year project which aims to re-introduce golden eagles into Donegal. Features bi-monthly project reports, information for schools, news and data on raptors throughout Ireland.
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  • Irish Dolphins - Aims to give accurate information about 'friendly' or sociable wild dolphins (and whales) around the coastal waters of Ireland and provides news, a note on the producers, notes on specific dolphins, photos, links, contact data and a newsletter facility.
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  • Irish Wildlife Trust - Includes detail of nature reserves, environmental legislation, campaigns and local branches.
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  • Moths Ireland - Describes this recording scheme and contains distribution maps for most of the larger species.
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  • Wildflowers of Ireland - A catalogue of flowers with photographs and what's currently in flower.
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  • WildlifeSnaps.com - Photographs of Irish wildlife, including birds, butterflies, dragonflies and moths.
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  • Wildside - Irish wildlife and natural history journal reporting news, sightings and happenings.
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