Newcastle Townlands Currantarmuid, Graigeabbey. Knockbrack and Shudane By Judy Feeney (2012) Map Source: Google Earth Currantarmuid Closha malone on a fork on the road going into townland. Right turn after Jimmy Flaherty’s house called the Sumora. Then a lane ...
WILDLIFE IN ATHENRY by Tony Kilcommons In this edition I will attempt to introduce you to our twentieth century urban fox. Urban foxes are now well established in many of our towns and cities. In recent years, families of foxes ...
WILDLIFE IN ATHENRY by Tony Kilcommons There are established badger populations all over Ireland. They are of course common in the Athenry area. Badgers are large, rather obtrusive animals, and at first sight it is difficult to understand how they ...
WILDLIFE IN ATHENRY by Tony Kilcommons The hedgehog is a familiar inhabitant of our town parks, gardens, cemeteries, railway banks and waste ground. Suburban gardens, in particular, provide the hedgehog with an ideal summer and winter home under compost heaps, ...
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