You can help with this important Survey
We would love to hear of your sightings, which might help us with our Survey and contribute to our knowledge of these species. If you have seen any of the following, we would be grateful to hear from you:
Barn Owls ANY Barn Owl sightings, within the past two years, in the Duhallow region.
Long-eared Owls ANY Long-eared Owl sightings, within the past two years, in the Duhallow region.
Kestrel While Kestrels are a relatively common bird and frequently seen during the day, we would be grateful to hear of any sightings which you think might relate to a Kestrel nest site, during March to early July. This could be a bird continuously returning to the same clump of trees, excited calling between two birds (a pair) or a bird carrying prey in its talons into trees, or a ruin, or a cliff ledge, during the period April to June.
All reports will be held in the strictest confidence.
Our field workers are also fully insured to access any buildings or properties (with, of course, the landowners permission) during the Survey.
Michael O'Clery 087 9711519 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
John Lusby (Supervisor, Raptor Officer, BirdWatch Ireland)
To see how the Survey will be conducted, and why it is important, see this page HERE.