- Quercus first to GPS tag lagomorphs Animal rescue centres release large numbers of captive-bred, rehabilitated or translocated a... [more]
- Quercus wins "National Frog Survey of Ireland" contract Quercus won the National Frog Survey of Ireland 2010/11 contract under competitive tender... [more]
Annual survey of Irish hare (Lepus timidius hibernicus) density and abundance throughout Northern Ireland to determine temporal trends in hare population trajectory. This project is a Natural Heritage Research Partnership project.
A review of published literature describing the impact of European hare invasion beyond its native range with specific relevance to Northern Ireland and the native Irish hare. This project is a Natural Heritage Research Partnership project.
'Intergrating field sports, hare population management and conservation' was a paper published by Quercus in the international journal of mammaology, Acta Theriologica, examining the impact of hare coursing on local hare populations.
This project aims to develop a national survey of the common frog (Rana temporaria) in Ireland and was won under competitive tender from the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government (ROI).