Welcome to the web site of the Louth Nature Trust!
The little tern season has finished for 2013 with nearly 200 birds fledged. The Louth Nature Trust would like to thank everyone who helped, professional wardens, volunteers, Louth County Council, The heritage Council, NPWS, Birdwatch Ireland and members of the public for their support.
Currently we are in the process of overhauling this web site and moving it to a new platform. If there are any web developers out there with a lot of time on their hands, please get in touch on 0879145363 or email Breffni Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org!
If anyone has any suggestions as to how the web site could be improved please let me know, and if anyone has any concerns in relation to Louth biodiversity, please get in touch!
The Louth Nature Trust was founded in 2008 by Sandra McKeever, Margaret O'Reilly, Peter Phillips and Breffni Martin. The current board consists of Eanna Ni Lamhna (Chair), Abby Mc Sherry, Bill Tosh (Treasurer), Maurice Eakin, Brian Walsh, Paraic McKevitt, Cathal Johnson, Dominic Hartigan, Mark Dearey and Breffni Martin (Company Secretary).
Its objectives include
Managing the Little Tern Conservation Project at Baltray
Acquiring and managing sites of conservation interest
Promoting nature conservation in County Louth
Protecting Louth's biodiversity where it is threatened
Note: all photographs and content on this website are copyright protected.