Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Lullymore, Rathangan, Ireland

The Irish Peatland Conservation Council works to conserve a representative sample of peatlands in Ireland for people to enjoy now and in the future.

Upcoming Events

IPCC’s Hop To It Frog Survey 2020 — Irish Peatland Conservation Council

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IPCC’s Hop To It Frog Survey 2020

Irish Peatland Conservation Council

The Common Frog (Rana temporaria) is considered a biological indicator to environmental quality due to both the understanding we have of and its short lifecycle. Changes in breeding behaviour or presence can indicate changes in environmental quality. Since 1997 the Irish Peatland Conservation Council have asked members of the public

World Curlew Day — Irish Peatland Conservation Council

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World Curlew Day

Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Join the Irish Peatland Conservation Council as they celebrate this iconic peatland bird. With fewer than 150 breeding pairs of Curlew remaining in Ireland, take this opportunity to learn about this wonderful species, enjoy nature activities, a walk to Lodge Bog where you will listen for the ‘cry of the

Peatlands: Ireland Climate Change Hero’s — Irish Peatland Conservation Council

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Peatlands: Ireland Climate Change Hero’s

Irish Peatland Conservation Council

According to the International Union of Conservation of Nature, peatlands only cover 3% of the world’s terrestrial land surface but store more carbon than all other vegetation types in the world combined. Visit the Bog of Allen Nature Centre and discover the valuable role Irish peatlands offer in mitigating the

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