Wexford County council invited submissions from all members of the community back in January of 2011, as mentioned HERE, this was to help plan how the biodiversity resources of our County would be protected and managed over the next five years. Some of the aspects they were interested in:
•What do you think are the most important issues concerning biodiversity or nature conservation in Wexford? •What are the main threats to Wexford’s natural heritage? •What are the most important actions that need to be taken to conserve and enhance nature and biodiversity of Wexford?
Wexford county council received 96 submissions from sea anglers, and especially in relation to bass fishing, from both within Ireland and from the the UK and other European countries. I cant help but think the inclusion of bass as part of that biodiversity in the excellent leaflet above was assisted by those submissions.