The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) and Marine Institute (MI) have issued an update on the current status of Crayfish plague (Aphanomyces astaci) in Ireland. […]
This week Inis ecologists have been surveying suitable habitat in Co. Tipperary for Marsh Fritillary (Eurodryas aurinia) larval webs. We successfully recorded their presence at three […]
Inis Ecology is acting as Ecological Clerk of Works on the Headfort Bridge rehabilitation project in Kells, County Meath. These works are taking place within […]
Inis ecologists are currently acting as Environmental Clerk of Works (ECoW) on major wind energy developments throughout Ireland.
Our role on these projects encompasses monitoring the […]
Inis ecologists have been conducting surveys at operational wind farms across the country in July. At one of our study sites, we recently found a […]
INIS surveyors have been very privileged to observe adult Short-eared owls in the Mullaghareirk’s over the last two consecutive breeding seasons. All our sightings have involved […]
Inis Ecology has been engaged as Ecological Clerk of Works on a major wind farm construction project in County Cork.
This project is notable due to […]
INIS ecologists were surveying birds in Co. Tipperary last week close to an area in which we had recorded Marsh Fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) larval webs in […]
One of our ecologists found this specimen of Fifteen-spined
Stickleback on a beach in County Cork.This species, the largest of the sticklebacks, grows to a maximum […]
Inis Ecology has just been awarded a large scale project in County Mayo. Inis ecologists will be fulfilling the role of Aquatic Ecologist on the Bellacorrick-Castlebar […]