Job Details: Irish Rural Links: GIS Technicians - Breeding Waders EIP

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Irish Rural Links: GIS Technicians - Breeding Waders EIP


The Breeding Waders EIP Project was officially launched at Shannon
Harbour on Tuesday, May *nd by the Minister for
Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue T.D., alongside
Minister for Nature, Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan
T.D., and Minister for Land Use and Biodiversity, Pippa Hackett T.D.

This exciting € * million initiative aims to
protect and restore Ireland’s most vulnerable breeding wader

Co-funded by the National Parks and Wildlife Service at the Department
of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, and the Department of
Agriculture, Food and the Marine, the project falls under the European
Innovation Partnership (EIP) Agri Programme. It focuses on conserving
and boosting populations of species such as Curlew, Redshank, Lapwing,
Snipe, Dunlin, Golden Plover, Oystercatcher, Ringed Plover, Common
Sandpiper, and Red-necked Phalarope through comprehensive landscape
management and policy development.

Ireland’s breeding wader populations have seen dramatic declines in
both numbers and breeding range since the *s,
with many species now facing the threat of extirpation or functional
extinction. The project consists of an operational group led by Irish
Rural Link in collaboration with Irish Wildlife Services, Michael
Martyn Agri-Environment, the Hen Harrier Programme, Atlantic
Technological University, University College Dublin, and the
Zoological Society of Ireland.
The project team will establish connections with landowners,
stakeholders and communities to foster a comprehensive understanding
of the requirements of breeding waders within the landscape. To find
out more about this EIP-Agri project, you can visit the project
website on

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