There's only four days left till Christmas Day - not long if you haven't started your Christmas shopping! But never fear, our wildlife panel of Richard Collins, Eanna ni Lamhna and Terry Flanagan have put together a list of suggestions for the perfect wildlife present!
Olan McGowan examines why some of the longest words are the scientific ones, and we hear Russian Dmitry Golubovskiy saying the longest word (the full clip of him saying the word is three hours and thirty minutes and on www.rte.ie/mooney)
Hedgerows: It is an offence to 'cut, grub, burn or otherwise destroy hedgerows on uncultivated land during the nesting season from 1 March to 31 August, subject to certain exceptions'. For more information, click here.
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