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  • The Land of the Lesser Horseshoe Bat

    18th March 2015

    What happens when Wales, Poland and Ireland get together? Well, it seems they discuss bats, a lot!   This was the case when The Vincent Wildlife Trust hosted the project team of the Polish EU Life project Podkowiec+ in February. Seven members of the project team on a visit to some of our VWT reserves Read More


  • Pygmy shrew under threat?

    26th June 2014

    Is the pygmy shrew under threat from the greater white-toothed shrew in Ireland? by Allan McDevitt and Jon Yearsley Until recently the pygmy shrew (Sorex minutus) was Ireland’s only shrew species, having most likely been introduced to Ireland from Britain several thousand years ago. A very common species in Ireland, it is one of the world’s Read More