Join us in a discussion evening exploring rewilding; what it is, why it’s needed and how we can get it started. This event will be hosted by the UCG Environmental Society but is free of charge and is open to everyone. Speakers on the night will be Lenny Antonelli (journalist and nature writer) and Pádraic Fogarty (IWT Campaign officer and author of ‘Whittled Away – Ireland’s vanishing nature).
Date: Thursday 21st November
Time: 18:30 pm
Location: Dillon Theatre, Concourse (Arts/Science Building), NUIG, Galway
Hosted by Irish Wildlife Trust Galway branch.
This event will be a hands-on training exercise to demonstrate how to perform a biodiversity survey. Anyone who is planning to participating in our longitudinal Galway Waterways study. We’ll do a practice run on recording data along the path by the Corrib near the Engineering (Alice Perry) Building in NUIG. Members of the Galway IWT branch committee will provide guidance, but we welcome all other ecologists with experience of conducting surveys. Though it is open to anyone, young children may find it boring.
Date & Time: 09:00 am start – 11:30 am finish, Saturday 23th November
Location: NUI Galway