Farmers key in tracking impacts of climate change on Ireland’s biodiversity

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The National Biodiversity Data Centre, based down in Co. Waterford, is inviting members of the farming community throughout Ireland to participate in a new recording scheme – Farmer’s Wildlife Calendar – Climate Tracker. The recently launched scheme aims to unravel some of the impacts that a changing climate is having on Ireland’s biodiversity and its four seasons.

Press release: Farmers asked to help shed light on Ireland’s evolving wildlife calendar in response to climate change

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