This is a blog about the UEA’s field ecology trip to Ireland written by several demonstrators: Kris Sales, Jessie Gardner, Jenny Donelan, Seth Thomas, Ellie Fairfield & Claire Buchan. UEAs Field Ecology course to the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, South West Ireland has run for decades. Originally, students camped in a barn of a farmer…
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