Public Talk: The Wildlife of the Copper Coast, Co. Waterford, 28th May 2014
As part of European Geopark Week, Andrew Harrington of the MISE Project has been invited to give a talk on the wildlife of the Copper Coast at the Copper Coast Geopark Centre in the old Knockmahon Church, Bunmahon, Co. Waterford, starting at 8pm. The Copper Coast covers the Co. Waterford coastline from Dungarvan to Tramore and has been given the status of both European Geopark and Global Geopark for its geological and mining heritage. However, the area between the Copper Coast and the Comeragh Mountains is also rich in wildlife and has been the epicentre of much of the work that the MISE Project has carried out in Ireland. This talk will focus on some of the work that the MISE Project has carried out in Co. Waterford, and particularly the Copper Coast, including survey work for otters, red squirrels, pine martens, bats and stoats. For more information on this walk please contact Andrew email@example.com or 086-4135544, or see contact details for the Copper Coast Geopark Centre at http://www.coppercoastgeopark.com/contact-us.html.
Colligan Woods Wildlife Walk, 22nd May 2014
As part of International Biodiversity Day and the Bealtaine Festival of Outdoor Science, Andrew Harrington will lead a wildlife walk in Colligan woods, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford on Thursday the 22nd of May 2014, starting from the main car park at 8pm. Find out about the wide range of Ireland’s native woodland and river mammals that live here, including squirrels, pine martens, bats and otters, and the work that the MISE Project is currently carrying out on them. Please bring good walking boots/wellies and rain gear, this walk will take approximately two hours. This event is free and all are welcome to attend! For more information on this walk please contact Andrew firstname.lastname@example.org or 086-4135544.