These high-quality titanium alloy bicycle flange nuts are resistant to rust, strong and durable, and are very suitable for various types of bicycles. They can be well adapted for indoor and outdoor use.
The bicycle flange nut can distribute the pressure of the nut on the fixed parts, reducing the chance of damaging the parts and preventing loosening.
FIRM CONNECTION amp; DIFFERENT SIZE OPTIONS
The flange lock nut is firmly connected and not easy to fall off. It is an excellent replacement part for bicycles, mountain bikes and motorcycles.
There are five different sizes of flange nuts, which can meet your different application needs. Please compare the sizes carefully before purchasing. The product is light and portable, easy to install and replace.
Welcome to BirdWatch Ireland, the largest independent conservation organisation in Ireland. Established in 1968, we currently have over 15,000 members and supporters and a local network of over 30 branches nationwide.
Our work matters
We are the largest independent conservation organisation in Ireland. The primary objective of BirdWatch Ireland is the protection of wild birds and their habitats in Ireland. In order to fulfil this objective we undertake a wide variety of work:
Species & Habitat Conservation
BirdWatch Ireland is committed to supporting the conservation of Ireland’s birds and their habitats.
Advocacy & Policy
We work to influence others who have the ability and power to protect and enhance the living world.
Research & Surveys
Learn about the science behind our work and get involved in bird surveying.
Fun & Learning
Here you will find teacher training materials and fun activities for children.
Find out about our national network of nature reserves, when to visit and what you could see.
Cape Clear Bird Observatory
Learn about the important work that goes on at one of the best places to watch seabird migration in Europe.
In Ireland we have around 200 ‘regularly occurring’ bird species, some of which are here all year round and others that migrate to spend part of the year here. Of those migratory species, some come here for the summer to nest and other comes here to spend the winter. If we include rare ‘vagrant’ species, then over 450 bird species have been recorded in Ireland.
What to do if you find a baby bird or injured bird
******************************** Saturday 27th November 2021 ************************************ Join the Limerick branch for an outing to Curraghchase Forest park. There are over 300 hectares of rolling parkland, trails, mixed woodland, lakes and…
Visit our shop to for all of your bird care needs, including feeders, birdfood and nestboxes, as well as a wide variety of books, optical equipment including binoculars and telescopes, and even a range of t-shirts featuring your favourite Irish birds! By purchasing from our shop you’re helping support and fund our vital conservation work across the country.