Biodiversity Week 21st – 27th May 2018
This year we are celebrating 25 years of Action for Biodiversity with a series of events.
Monday, 21st May
11am Guided Walk and Talk “Using Wild Plants in the Kitchen.”
Tuesday, 22nd May
3pm Guided Tree Walk
Wednesday, 23rd May
11am Guided Walk on Lower Diamond Hill
Thursday, 24th May
3pm Guided Walk on Lower Diamond Hill
Friday, 25th May
11am Guided Walk om Lower Diamond Hill
Saturday, 26th May
11am Peg Dolly Workshop
12noon “Plants Gone Wild.”
A talk by Breandan O’Scannaill on invasive plants in Connemara.
2.30pm “Pine Martens and their use of houses as den sites in the West of Ireland.”
A talk by Brian Hughes on one of our most elusive mammals.
Sunday, 27th May
10.30am Derrigimlagh Bog Walk
(Meeting point for this walk is at the Derrigimlagh Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Point Car Park, on the Ballyconneely Road, Clifden)
Some extra information
All events are free of charge and suitable for children and adults alike.
All walks will leave from the Visitor Centre, unless otherwise stated. Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing for all walks.
Booking is essential for our Peg Dolly Workshop. Please call 087 2919721 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, 24th May at 4.30pm to secure a place. All materials will be supplied.
Children must be accompanied by an adult/guardian at all times for all events.