White Park Bay
Beautiful stretch of golden sand on the North Antrim coast
News & discoveries
The National Trust manages 3 butterfly transect surveys on the North Coast at Portstewart, Giant’s Causeway and White Park Bay, plus a fourth started this year at Cushendun.
Volunteers lend a hand
A sighting of the rare rough meadowsweet gall on the North Coast in September 2015 was later confirmed as a first for Ireland and the UK.
Over two thousand records of wildlife, plantlife and fungi were made across the North Coast in 2015.
Striking sea views and a brisk coastal breeze were perfect conditions for operation 'Keep White Park Bay Beautiful'.
The sighting of a rare bee at White Park Bay has been celebrated by conservationists on the Causeway Coast.
A haven for wildlife with ancient habitats, there's lots of creatures, big and small, to spot at White Park Bay. Get involved and help us record rare species.