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Ballymoney Borough Council
Ballymoney Borough Council is committed to working with children, young people and the wider community to ensure they are educated about, and participate in, local environmental issues.
To achieve this, we can provide support through the following:
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Join Rachel Bain, Biodiversity Officer for Coleraine, Ballymoney, Limavady and Moyle, for a gentle stroll around The Moor, an area of coastal upland heath bounding the famous Downhill Demesne.
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Ballymoney, Coleraine, Limavady and Moyle councils are delighted to be promoting and actioning further environmental projects in their council areas with the appointment of Biodiversity Officer Rachel Bain.
Rachel will be working with each of the four councils.
Telephone: 028 7034 7272
Rachel Bain, Biodiversity ...
Rachel Bain, Biodiversity Officer for Ballymoney, Coleraine, Limavady and Moyle Councils added, "Our insect populations have suffered serious declines in recent years for various reasons, primarily due to the lack of nectar.
For further information please contact Rachel Bain, Biodiversity Officer on 028 7034 7272 or email; Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Rachel Bain, AONB Officer
Rachel Bain, AONB Officer
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Rachel Bain, Biodiversity Officer explained, "This is the third in the series of events as part of the Biodiversity Games, which is a recording project supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund. 'Your Heritage' Programme in partnership with seven other Biodiversity Officers, aims to get people involved in supporting local biodiversity by 'getting them recording'".
continued: "Bats are shy and unobtrusive animals, seen only in the dim light at dusk.
Their wings make them look bigger than they really are, and as they swoop down after insects, people may sometimes feel uneasy.
Not knowing much about Bats, leads to misconceptions."
Dispelling a couple of the most common myths about bats, Rachel
says, "Bats are not blind - they actually have good eyesight; and bats will not drink your blood, - well at least the ones we get in Northern Ireland don't!
added, "Bats are one of those creatures that probably everyone has seen, but about which we know very little.
Events like this are an ideal opportunity for anyone that is even a little curious about bats, to come along and discover more about these mystifying animals."
will be delighted to welcome everyone to find out more about bats, everyone is welcome!
Please to wear suitable clothing and bring a torch!
For further information log onto www.colerainebc.gov.uk or www.biodiversityni.com.
Alternatively, contact Rachel Bain
Officer tel; (028) 7034 7272 or email; Rachel.email@example.com