[caption id="attachment_2935" align="alignleft" width="400"] Grey Heron by Martin Mc[/caption]
IWT Dublin Branch’s January outing occurs on Sunday January 7th. We are most fortunate to have a birdwatch outing led by John Fox. Those of you who bought the book on Dublin Bay by, among others, Richard Nairn, who gave our December talk will know that John is the main photographer of that volume, so the outing should be spectacular. We meet on the causeway at 12 noon. Remember – dress warmly.
The Waterford branch are running a nature walk along the Glenshhelane. We’ll be meeting near Barron’s Bakery, Cappoquin at 1.30 pm. All are welcome.
On Sunday 15th April, the Laois/Offaly branch of the IWT is inviting the public to meet Zoologist and Amphibian Expert Collie Ennis at 12 noon in Abbeyleix Heritage House before heading to Abbeyleix Bog in search of frogs and newts. This event is suitable for young & old alike and is family friendly. Its a free event but donations to the branches conservation work always welcome.
For the February IWT Dublin Branch outing we will be joining the IWT’s Tim Clabon for a guided walk along the Liffey in St Catherine’s park meeting at 10:30 am. We meet at the Lucan end of the park called the Sluice Carpark, opposite McDonald’s. It’s well served by buses – the 25, 25x, 66, 66a, 65b and 67 al stop there. Remember – dress up warmly, particularly younger naturalists, bring snacks and drinks for them, and if you have binoculars please bring them.
Date: Sunday 17th February
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