Northern Ireland Flora

Conchological Society

The nation behaves well if it treats the natural resources as assets which it must turn over to the next generation increased;

and not impaired in value - Theodore Roosevelt

Northern Ireland Fungus Group



Aristotle believed that Swallows turned into Robins during the winter and in the 1700s Gilbert White knew that although some Swallows migrated to warmer climes, he believed many remained here, hibernating in reed beds by lakes and millponds.

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Robert Bell
Belfast Naturalist

Butterfly Conservation, Northern Ireland

Swallow (Hirundo Rustica)

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