More Irish wildlife:
Sterry, P. (2004). Collins complete guide to Irish wildlife. London: harper Collins Publishers Ltd.
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Cooper, C. (Script Editor), & Flaxstone, D. (Editor). (2004). Ireland [Television series episode]. In B. Murphy (Series Producer), Nature. New York: Thirteen/WNET.
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Via your public library or bookshop:
Walsh, W. F., & Nelson, E. C. (2009). The wild & garden plants of Ireland. London: Thames & Hudson, Ltd.
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