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Ireland’s ammonia emissions continue to rise and exceed EU emissions limits - an increase that is "driven by expansion of the agriculture sector," according to @EPAIreland.

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This week on Flukey Friday we are delighted to have Conal O'Flanagan joining us. Conal is one of the IWDG directors and will be sharing his experience of watching for cetaceans on the East coast.
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Risso's dolphin, off Seven Heads, Co. Cork, 2nd June 2020 © David Edwards, West Cork Charters....bulbous head showing well on this animal. More images on https://t.co/whtjFymvL3

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This week on Flukey Friday we are delighted to have Conal O'Flanagan joining us. Conal is one of the IWDG directors and will be sharing his experience of watching for cetaceans on the East coast.
We'll also be talking about some of our smallest and most frequently sighted cetacean species, such as the harbour porpoise and the smallest of the baleen whales, the minke whale.

Tune in to our live show at 11 o clock.
#FlukeyFriday #iwdg #cetaceans #Education #virtualclassroom #LiveQ&A #SpreadTheWord
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This week on Flukey Friday we'll be talking about some of our smallest and most frequently sighted cetacean species, such as the harbour porpoise and minke whale.

Tune in to our live show at 11 o clock.
#FlukeyFriday #iwdg #cetaceans #Education #virtualclassroom #LiveQ&A #SpreadTheWord
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