County Waterford is a county in the province of Munster on the south coast of Ireland. It is the smallest county in Munster in terms of both area and population. Administratively, the city of Waterford is a county-level authority. Dungarvan is the administrative centre for the rest of the county.
County Waterford has two mountain ranges, the Knockmealdown Mountains and the Comeragh Mountains. The highest point in the county is Knockmealdown, at 794m. It also has many rivers, including Ireland's third longest river, the River Suir (184 km); and Ireland's fourth longest river, the Munster Blackwater (168km). There are over 30 beaches along Waterford's volcanic coast line. The county is one of the few in Ireland with a Gaeltacht, an area with native Irish speaking people.
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Brdwatch Ireland Waterford Branch
Irish Wildlife Trust Waterford Branch
The committee of the Waterford Branch is comprised of individuals who have been involved with a range of other environmental groups in the past. It represents a pooling of resources to work as one team to speak for and co-ordinate the environmental voice in Waterford. The main focus is on walk-based activity in the southeast and submissions relating to biodiversity and wildlife in the local and regional draft policy documents. We aim to have one walk per month.
Waterford Wildlife activities in 2002 included ongoing fieldwork throughout the County and constant bird-ringing in a Waterford fen, insect trapping and determination of species caught, constant scanning of the natural history journals for local published information and updating the Waterford Wildlife data-base with all field and book data that is new…
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NNR Fenor Bog
Fenor Bog was declared a National Nature Reserve in 2004. Fenor Bog is a naturally regenerating fen habitat, extremely rare nationally and internationally, supported by plentiful, unpolluted groundwater and air. It has a rich biodiversity with over 225 plants and animals and is a refuge for some of the only occurrences of plant and animal species that are found no where else in the county of Waterford.
CloudBirders was created by a group of Belgian world birding enthusiasts and went live on 21st of March 2013. They provide a large and growing database of birding trip reports, complemented with extensive search, voting and statistical features.
Welcome to the Waterford Birds website. The site provides up-to-date and archival information on the birds of County Waterford (Ireland), compiled from a range of published and unpublished sources. Some records of migrant or scarcer insect species, cetaceans and less commonly seen mammals etc are also included…