The IWT are delighted to announce that we are starting a series of talks and events, based around wildlife, for the OPW at St. Enda’s Park in Rathfarnham in South Dublin.
The programme starts this Easter with:
An afternoon tea & talk on: “The wildlife of South Dublin” on Wed. 1st April, 2:30pm
and a “Family Easter Nature Trail” on Sat. 4th April, 1:00pm- 3:00pm
The talk will be delivered by Sean Meehan, Conservation Officer with the Irish Wildlife Trust, and will focus on the wildlife that can be observed, and the best places to see wildlife, in the South Dublin area. The talk is free and will be held in the Nature Room, off the courtyard at the back of Pearse Museum. Tea and coffee will be available for a small donation.
The Nature Trail will be an enjoyable afternoon for all ages. Become a nature detective and learn about the wildlife and heritage found in St. Enda’s Park on this informative and fun trail.
For bookings & further information on these talks & events, please email: email@example.com
For further information on St. Enda’s Park please visit:https://www.facebook.