Trinity Defends Tree Cutting, After Criticism from Wildlife Activists

Ireland“Trinity has defended itself from criticism after it was accused of illegally cutting trees on campus during the nesting season. The recent pruning of trees near the zoology building in Trinity angered wildlife activists, who argued that the destruction of vegetation, which is not allowed between March 1st and August 31st, flouted the national Wildlife Act …” (more)

[Ciannait Khan, University Times, 20 May]

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