BirdWatch Ireland Branches

The following BirdWatch Ireland branches have their own websites, covering local birdwatching and conservation activities. Where available, branch Facebook and Twitter accounts have also been listed.

Cavan Branch - Website - Facebook

Clare Branch - Website

Cork Branch - Website

West Cork Branch - Website - Facebook

Dublin Fingal Branch - Website - Twitter

Dublin South Branch - Website

Dublin Tolka Branch - Website

Galway Branch - Website

Kildare Branch - Website - Facebook

Laois Branch - Facebook

Limerick Branch - Facebook

Louth North Branch - Website

Mayo Branch - Website - Twitter

Meath Branch - Facebook

Sligo Branch - Facebook - Twitter

Tipperary Branch - Website

Waterford Branch - Website

Wexford Branch - Facebook

Wicklow Branch - Facebook


BirdWatch Ireland Blogs

Below are the links to the blogs of different conservation projects carried out by BirdWatch Ireland.

Little Tern Blog - Website

Seabird Blog - Website

Irish Raptor Blog - Website

Dublin Bay Birds Blog - Website

Shannon Callows Breeding Wader Project - Website

Duhallow Raptor Conservation Project - Website

Rockabill blog - Website

Swifts blog - Website

Irish Birdwatching and Conservation Links

Below is a list of links related to birdwatching and conservation in Ireland.


Bioblitz - Website (Wildlife Recording) - Website

BirdTrack (Bird Recording) - Website

BirdWatch Youth - Website

Heritage Council - Website

Irishbirding (National Bird Sightings) - Website

Irish Environmental Network - Website - Twitter

Irish Rare Birds Committee - Website

Irish Wildlife Matters - Website

National Biodiversity Data Centre - Website - Twitter

National Parks and Wildlife Service - Website

Twitter Bird News - Clare - Cork - East Coast - Wexford

Wexford Wildfowl Reserve - Website

Wildlife Extra - Website

Have you found a sick or injured bird?

We would highly recommend the excellent Irish Wildlife Matters website, an online wildlife first aid resource with full details of what to do, whom you should contact and details of vets and wildlife rehabilitators who will be able to help.

Would you like to report a ringed bird?



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