This is a Galway Branch event, for further information or booking contact email@example.com.
The Galway Branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust, with special guest Conservation Dogs Ireland, will host a nature talk concerning Invasive Species found in and around Galway County at 7:30 pm on Wednesday 14th November in Room AC215, The Concourse, NUIG Campus, Galway.
Anyone interested in wildlife conservation and biodiversity in the city and wider county is encouraged to come along and find out more.
Each talk lasts approximately 45 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes of Q&A after (1 hour in total). There will be a short introduction to the evening at the start and a 15-minute break between the two talks. The entire evening is expected to last for about 2.5 hours, finishing no later than 10pm.
This event is open to IWT Members and the general-public and is free of charge but donations to either The Wildlife Trust (https://iwt.ie) and/or Conservation Dogs Ireland (http://conservationdogsireland.ie) will be accepted.
Places are limited on the night and must be booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.