The Wild Deer Association of Ireland (WDAI) have stated that a fawn (an unborn deer) was discovered on a public pathway in Killarney National Park on St. Patrick's Day, in addition to the offal (internal organs of deer/wastage). Since the unfortunate discovery, the remains have been professionally discarded from the National Park. Killarney National Park has … Continue reading Dead Fawn & Offal in Killarney National Park linked to Deer Culling
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Deer Cull has begun in Killarney National Park
The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) have selected their wildlife management experts and have begun culling Deer in the Killarney National Park. The NPWS have anticipated that approximately 80 Deer will be culled during this project which will end in late March this year. The NPWS aims to cull around 80% of females … Continue reading Deer Cull has begun in Killarney National Park
White-Tailed Sea Eagle has been tracked crossing Ireland’s midlands.
The Golden Eagle Trust in collaboration with the National Parks and Wildlife Services, UCD and many other stakeholders conducted a re-introduction project for the White-Tailed Sea Eagles, which was completed in 2006-2007. White-Tailed Sea Eagles taken 5-6 years to reach sexual maturity and for that reason, breeding was not observed from the first reintroduced birds until 2012/2013. … Continue reading White-Tailed Sea Eagle has been tracked crossing Ireland’s midlands.
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