WELCOME TO LOUTH NATURE TRUST
The Little Tern nesting season starts in early May every year
You can keep up to date with the progress of the birds and their forthcoming hatchlings by following the warden’s blog, found under the Little Terns section.
Louth Nature Trust would like to thank everyone who is helping with the continuation of this valuable project; professional wardens, volunteers, Louth County Council, The heritage Council, NPWS, Birdwatch Ireland and members of the public for their continued support.
Louth Nature Trust’s 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
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).