Category Archives: Nature

Species Focus- Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus)

Species Focus- Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus)

Blog by: Ciara Laverty Lough Neagh supports Ireland’s largest breeding population of Great Crested Grebes. During the spring and summer months this species is unmistakable, both adults are similar in appearance with striking chestnut and black crests. Great Crested Grebes are adapted for life on the water. Legs set far back on the body makes […]

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YOU’RE INVITED TO BBC RADIO ULSTER’S GARDENERS’ CORNER  AT TIDAL WITH LOUGH NEAGH PARTNERSHIP

YOU’RE INVITED TO BBC RADIO ULSTER’S GARDENERS’ CORNER AT TIDAL WITH LOUGH NEAGH PARTNERSHIP

  BBC Radio Ulster’s Gardeners Corner is going on the road to TIDAL in Toome with Lough Neagh Partnership on Tuesday 15 October and you are invited to attend. Presenter of the popular gardening show, David Maxwell, will host the special recording of the programme and, speaking ahead of the event, Gerry Darby, Strategic Manager at Lough Neagh Partnership, said: […]

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