On 27 June 2019 at 8pm there will an illustrated talk at the All Saints Heritage Centre in Clonbur by Lynda Huxley of Swift Conservation Ireland. All are welcome. This is a Swift Awareness Event and entry is free of charge. Click here for details.
The Amazing Swift talk at Foxford National School on 25 June 2019 at 7.30pm. Followed by visit to the Swift colony at the church. All are welcome. This is a free event to celebrate Swift Awareness Week. Click here for more information
Saturday 15 June Cruinniú na nÓg @ the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar, Co. Mayo www.thelinenhall.comTwo Swift events for families with children but adults without children are also very welcome : 2pm ‘The Amazing Swift’ interactive presentation. 3pm ‘See the Swift’ – visual art workshop details here . Pre-booking required 094 9023733
Birdwatch Ireland has recently published a comprehensive guide on how to help save the Swifts in Ireland. Swift Conservation Ireland, Save our Swifts group in NI and the Dublin Swift Group have all worked with BWI to make this a very useful and comprehensive guide for anyone wishing to undertake Swift conservation work. A pdf … Read moreSaving Swifts guide book by Birdwatch Ireland 2019
Amazing Swift talk in Dalkey, Tuesday 11 June at 7pm. You can find more details on the Dalkey Tidy Towns facebook page.
Swift talk in Castlebar on Friday 7 June, 8pm
The GMIT Swift Cams are now live. 5 Swifts returned on the 7 May and on the night of 8 May there were 2 pairs and 3 single birds in 5 nest boxes. Happy viewing!
Lynda Huxley will give a talk on Swifts at the official launch of the West Waterford Eco Group on Friday 10 May at 7.30pm in the Park Hotel. All are welcome. This will be followed up by survey workshop/training on Saturday 11 May. You can find the West Waterford Eco Group on facebook.
Drumcondra Triangle Residents Association have organised a Swift Talk by Lynda Huxley at DCU St Pat’s on 20 March 2019
Heritage Ireland 2030 is a wonderful opportunity to put Swift conservation on the national agenda. Swifts are unique in that they fall in the categories of urban and natural biodiversity because over 90% of their nest sites are located in our buildings. Swift Conservation Ireland has submitted a letter which can be found on our … Read moreHeritage Ireland 2030 – an opportunity to help swifts. Send your submission by 28 February. Here’s some advice and our letter.