Learning more about our pollinators

We visited the lovely Longford Demesne, Co Sligo, last weekend. The area consists of old and new native woodland, native hedgerow, an open area by an ancient rath and a field that has been sown with a mix specially to feed wild birds.

We’re really looking forward to doing a pollinator course there on the 17th June.

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6 thoughts on “Learning more about our pollinators

  1. Ron Miksha

    It’s great that you are getting the word out about pollination education! I recently found a new podcast, PolliNation, which does a beautiful job interviewing specialists around the world – the first guest was a British prof/researcher/beekeeper. You can see more about the podcast at this link.

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