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Combining biodiversity appreciation with the health benefits of walking in nature, we will hike through the beautiful landscape of Lough Boora Parkland to our Irish Wildlife Trust nature reserve at a remote corner of the parkland. Onsite we will learn about the biodiversity present and the woodland regenerating there.
Strong footwear and outdoor clothing is essential, suncream & rain gear is recommended depending on the weather. This event involves a significant amount of walking with a small section on rough terrain. Strong footwear is essential. It is not suitable to younger children and not all of the route is wheelchair and buggy accessible. This hike will take 3-4 hours and it is advised to bring a snack and drink along.
Meeting point is the Lough Boora Parkland Visitors centre where the hike will start and end.
Date & Time: 12:00 pm – 16:00 pm finish, Saturday 25th May
Location: Lough Boora Parklands – Boora
To book on and for more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a National Biodiversity Week event supported by the Irish Environmental Network & National Parks and Wildlife Service.