Eanna Ní Lamhna

Éanna Ní Lamhna has a degree in Botany and Mircobiology and a H. Dip in Education from UCD. She is a long-standing member of the panel of experts on RTÉ’s wildlife programme ‘Mooney goes Wild’, and one of the most instantly recognisable voices on Irish radio. Originally from Louth, she now lives in Dublin, since 1967, and has been president of An Taisce since July 2004. Éanna is also the author of several other popular wildlife books. Her books Talking Wild (2002) and Wild and Wonderful (2004) and Straight Talking Wild (2006) were published by Townhouse.

  • Wild Dublin
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  • pdf-logoDownload Extract: amphibians and insects in Dublin's waterways (4 pages)

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  • Wild Dublin - Exploring Nature in the City
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  • pdf-logoDownload Extract: amphibians and insects in Dublin's waterways (4 pages)

Teaching Resources: free to view and download

Wild Dublin - Exploring Nature in the City

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: Activity 1: We All Live Here ... Interpreting maps of your local area

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: Activity 2: Bird's Eye View: what features in your area would a bird be interested in?

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: Activity 3: What is a bird's favourite colour?

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: Tree Champions

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: This is MY tree!

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: Activity 5: Don't rub me up the 'wrong' way, OK! Making bark rubbings

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: Activity 6: Identifying trees

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: Activity 7: Tree poems

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: How big is a tree?

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: How old is a tree?

  • pdf-logoDownload Activity sheets: Tree timelines