founded February 1950
Cookstown Wildlife Trust
Welcome to the website of Cookstown Wildlife Trust
Welcome Located in the heart of Mid-Ulster, the club has some 30 members who are interested in the conservation and promotion of wildlife. We want to encourage people to join the club and would encourage those interested to come to club meetings. Complete the contact form or talk to a club member.  If you live in the Mid-Ulster area and have wildlife Information of interest , we would be grateful if you would use our contact form to pass on your knowledge. This will be credited and posted on our web-site .  We would be particularly interested to know of sightings of mammals such as Red Squirrels, Otters and Pine Martins .   Thank you for visiting the club's website.
     Chairman 2013-2014:  Michael Mullan      Michael is a Dairy Scientist with a keen      interest in all aspects of Natural History.      He has written several monographs,and      runs (among others) a Dairy Science      web-site.      Michael has held a number of positions in      Cookstown Wildlife Trust over the year.
Talks Programme 2014/2015
Date
Talk
Speaker
Information:  Secretary:       Mona O'Kane 8676 2445 Press Officer:  Ronnie Irvine 8676 5142
Talks  from 7:45pm-9.15pm  March-April              Technology Building, Loughry College ,Cookstown     Spring and Summer Outings below.
Welcome About us. Our Area Nature News Contact us Links
Tuesday 14th Oct. 2014          Tuesday 11th Nov. 2014                   
   Tuesday 9th  Dec. 2014       Tuesday 13th January 2015
  Tuesday 10th  Feb. 2015   Tuesday 10th March 2015
  Tuesday 14th April
AGM
may be contacted by mobile. 07717732034 or E-mail: mark.edgar@dungannon.gov.uk
                 Mark Edgar(Biodiversity Officer for Cookstown,                       Magherafelt and Dungannon Councils)
Biodiversity Outings 2014
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Outing 
Arrangements
       Information on other natural history events.
From Mark.
South Down Trip. The Wildlife Trust looks forward to Ian’s McNeill’s annual nature safari.  A chance to learn about flora and fauna of “secret places” in Ulster It is also an enjoyable outing and a chance to enjoy the countryside.  Ian’s trip will take place on: Saturday 14th June 2014 to South Down. Travelling by bus from ASDA car park Cookstown at 9 a.m. returning at around 4:00 p.m. Please give your £10 deposit to any member of Committee.
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Photos of rare Pacific Loon on Lough Fea.
Click for Loon
 2015
    Sat 14th June                                         South Down
Bus at ASDA,Cookstown 9:00am
Photographic web-site
There is a great need for records for all of our local species, and particularly those that are in decline.  It helps an assessment to be made of where such species are living and how they are faring.  We know the cuckoo is in big decline, so any records received will help determine future conservation action. Mark Edgar, Biodiversity Officer Tel: 028 87720366  Mob: 07717732034 Please let us know what wildlife you see. Text the species, location and date to the Wildlife Text Number: 07517372617
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