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Northern Ireland’s first Hedgehog Survey: the results!

Thursday 3rd February
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free for Ulster Wildlife members and £3.00 for non–members

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How farmers are delivering for nature

Wednesday 9th February
Online
free for Ulster Wildlife members and £3.00 for non–members

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Sustainability Reporting with Jessica Lobo from the UN Global Compact Network UK

Wednesday 16th February
Online
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Bringing back native oysters to Northern Ireland

Wednesday 16th February
Online
free for Ulster Wildlife members and £3.00 for non–members

NI Science Festival 2022

Thursday 17th February
See website for details
See website for details

HERoNI: The Marine Historic Environment in Northern Ireland

Friday 18th February
Online
Free

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Pine martens and red squirrels: an unlikely ally

Wednesday 23rd February
Online
free for Ulster Wildlife members and £3.00 for non–members

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Northern Ireland Environment Link (NIEL) is the networking and forum body for organisations interested in the environment of Northern Ireland. NIEL helps members understand complex issues and presents a unified voice by bringing together a wide range of knowledge, experience and expertise which can be used to help develop policy, practice and implementation across a range of environmental fields.

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(Image: Robin on mossy branch) With particular thanks to Oliver Hellowell, Professional Landscape & Wildlife photographer (who just happens to have Down Syndrome) www.oliverhellowell.com

NIEL represents 66 full members (voluntary organisations) and 43 associate members (statutory organisations, companies or individuals).

Full members represent over 190,000 individuals and collectively employ over 1,400 staff with over 1,700 volunteers. NIEL full members have a collective turnover of over £66 million and manage over 265,000 acres of land. Members are involved in environmental issues of all types and at all levels from the local community to the global environment.

Details of NIEL members can be found here.