There was successful meeting of various interested groups (including NPWS) under the aegis of the Red Grouse Species Action last Saturday in Mullingar. To download the Red Grouse Species Action Plan go to this link below: https://www.npws.ie/sites/default/files/publications/pdf/2013_RedGrouse_SAP.pdf
The Red Grouse Species Action Plan is now available for Download (05 Nov 2013) Click here to go to link.
Launch of the Species Action Plan (SAP) for Red Grouse at this years National Ploughing Championship in Ratheniska, Co Laois.
You can now make a donation to the Irish Grey Partridge Conservation Trust through Paypal. Click on the link below to see details. Donate to the Trust via Paypal
This research would not have been possible without the assistance of The Native Species Conservation Committee of Dublin & Belfast Zoos and Fota Wildlife Park, members of the Shooting and field trial communities for the provision of samples, University College … Read More »
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