https://open.spotify.com/episode/11bgryCGvk6mIENlehLAXm?si=pi1HWSPSRCWlITvYlKk5yw&dl_branch=1 Listeners to this podcast, outdoors people, are a high-risk group when it comes to Lyme disease, a serious bacterial infection that gets passed to humans through tick bites. Spending long hours in the wild, often off the beaten track, exposes us to insect bites more than regular folks. But Lyme disease is not only … Continue reading Episode 55: Tick Talk Ireland with Mary Ferry Smyth
Month: October 2019
Red Deer Rut in Killarney National Park
https://youtu.be/jQcWrzddGTU In this instalment of Tommy’s Outdoors vlog I decided to grab a camera and go to the Killarney National Park to see if I could capture some roaring red deer stags on video.
Episode 54: The National Biodiversity Data Centre with Dave Wall
https://open.spotify.com/episode/5yzsS0JnemO50WaNeIXCES?si=Ynh3IH-KTCWV2DVTgmDjZg&dl_branch=1 Many of us outdoors people like to keep records of the animal and fish species we have encountered, caught or seen during our time in the outdoors. To keep those records we use spreadsheets, databases, dedicated apps and, perhaps, a pen and paper if you’re a little old-timey chap. As it turns out, there … Continue reading Episode 54: The National Biodiversity Data Centre with Dave Wall
Iveragh Learning Landscapes 2019
https://youtu.be/YOXgxei2Y0k Iveragh Learning Landscapes is a weekend of talks, walks and workshops focused on outdoor education, place-based learning and nature connection. This year it runs from Friday the 11th to Monday the 14th of October. Get the tickets here.Facebook page here.