2 edition of Report on bird occurrences in County Waterford, 1971. found in the catalog.
Report on bird occurrences in County Waterford, 1971.
Irish Wildbird Conservancy. Waterford Branch.
Written in English
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Search Results: Estates (House) Castlegar - At the time of Griffith's Valuation held by Robert R. Smith in fee and valued at £ In it was owned by his representatives and was valued at £ (House) Brick Field - At the time of Griffith's Valuation William Phibbs held a property valued at £6 at Knockbrack, barony of Corran. In this property was valued at £ Hampshire Bird Report Mike Chalmers(Editor) The major part of the book is taken up with the Systematic list, covering the species recorded in the county during the year. Hampshire Bird Report also contains regular papers including the Review of the Year and the Ringing Report and.
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From November,to May, C. crispa was found only in May,and May, It was not found at either of the other localities, Black Head and Spiddal, where regular observations were also made.
crispa may be more common than its published record suggests, especially considering the abundance of its only known host, Chondrus. List of bird species recorded in county Waterford, Ireland. ** Species or subspecies on IRBC's "Supplementary Accreditation Species" list: rarities for which submission of photographs is encouraged, but for which post Report on bird occurrences in County Waterford will be published in the Irish Bird Report unless (a) "the circumstances and/or source of the claim is unclear", (b) "the identification is known to be controversial.
Waterford Wildlife activities in included ongoing fieldwork throughout the County and constant bird-ringing in a Waterford fen, insect trapping and determination of species caught, constant scanning of the natural history journals for local published information and updating the Waterford Wildlife data-base with all field and book data that is new.
There is a lot more available small game in County Waterford, too, and you cannot evade the truth that a greyhound which has been brought up to tear after rabbits is a lot more likely to get enthusiastic about an electric hare than a dog which is exercised around the back streets of a city.
Waterford Wildlife activities include ongoing fieldwork throughout the County and bird-ringing at various sites; insect trapping and the determination of species caught; constantscanning of the natural history journals for published local information and updating the Waterford Wildlife database with all field and book data that is new.
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Golden Oriole: "Nearly all the occurrences took place in maritime counties, twelve in the county Cork, seven in Waterford, and six in ord.
- One shot at Ballinamona in or (Thompson); a male shot near Woodstown 14th June (Burkitt); remains of one found, Tramore Bay, about (Ibid.); one shot near Flower Hill, before (B.
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An appraisal of published and unpublished Pleistocene biostratigraphical information allows a critical update of the framework of the Irish Quaternary to be presented in the form of a table. He also developed a passionate interest in ornithology and was a keen collector of bird’s eggs.
With co-author Robert Warren, the results of his extensive research were published in as The Birds of Ireland. However, just a few decades later, the Usshers sold what remained of the Cappagh estate to the family of the present owners. NEWS. Dungarvan Observer | Friday, 4 January, Aldi to extend its Dungarvan store as part of €m Irish store network investment Waterford City & County Council grants permission for.
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