Below are a few other projects that might be of interest to you:
All Ireland Pollinator Plan
One third of our bee species are threatened with extinction from Ireland. This is because we have drastically reduced the amount of food (flowers) and safe nesting sites in our landscapes.
The All Ireland Pollinator Plan is about all of us, from farmers to local authorities, to schools, gardeners and businesses, coming together to try to create an Ireland where pollinators can survive and thrive. The first Plan covers the period 2015-2020 and a new version will be developed to cover 2021-2025. To see what can be done by each sector.
The AIPP has developed many useful resources for communities, farming, schools, etc.
Is the Irish Biodiversity Data Centre, and has many useful resources, information and has a programme of biodiversity training programmes throughout Ireland.
A French project that shows how to manage our urban landscape for bees.
This project will help you find out more about pollinators, with expert advice and resources to help identify, make habitat and homes for pollinators.
Ispot is a free and friendly community helping to identify wildlife and share nature.
Connecting people, science and nature.
Centre for Environmental Data and Recording
CEDaR collects, stores, manages and releases information on the wildlife of Northern Ireland and its coastal water.
Bumbleebee Conservation Trust
In the last 80 years, our bumblebee populations have crashed. Two species have become nationally extinct and several others have declined dramatically.
Bumblebees are familiar and much-loved insects that pollinate our crops and wildflowers, so people are rightly worried. The Bumblebee Conservation Trust has the vision to create a world where bumblebees are thriving and valued.
Our mission is to increase the number and distribution of bumblebees. A growing number of committed supporters are helping our team of staff make a big difference.
Butterflies and moths are sensitive indicators of the health of our environment. Find out you can help them with Butterfly Conservation.
Life on The Verge
This trailblazing project has transformed the road verges of Lincolnshire into species-rich meadows and was an invaluable source of information and support in developing DMLIG.
Save our magnificent meadows is a partnership project led by Plantlife, restoring and providing information and advice on native species-rich meadows. http://www.magnificentmeadows.org.uk/
Invasive Alien Species
For information on invasive alien species such as Japanese knotweed.