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The Galway branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust is looking for members of the public to get involved with the group for the coming year. The branch will hold its annual general meeting on Tuesday April 21 at 7pm in Murty Rabbitt’s Bar, Forster Street.
Westmeath County Council has issued an invitation to anyone who would like to prepare a biodiversity plan for their area. There is a two-day course commencing on Tuesday April 14 in the Greville Arms, Mullingar at 7pm. The second day will be run in May.
A guided nature walk at Ballyconneely will take place on Sunday.
The Galway branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust will host a guided walk at Rahasane turlough near Craughwell on Saturday.
Ireland’s Fiddlers Green are presenting an evening of folk songs and music at the Mullingar Arts Centre on Saturday September 7 to coincide with the release of Danny Carthy’s environmental song ‘Stand Look Around You’ which he wrote, recorded, and has donated to the Irish Wildlife Trust.
A wildlife photography competition has been launched by the Galway City Council as part of its Biodiversity Programme.
Ahead of the Galway Sea Festival taking place on the June Bank Holiday weekend, the Marine Institute, GMIT, NUIG, Irish Wildlife Trust, and Galway Atlantaquaria are combining efforts to offer families a chance to explore one of Galway city’s most important and exciting habitats - the beach. Explore the Shore Beach Safari will commence at 11.30am at Grattan Beach, Salthill on Sunday May 26 and everybody is welcome to come along and explore the shore.
The Irish Wildlife Trust is calling on people to check their local ponds for newts as part of its smooth newt survey.
A guided beach wildlife walk will take place on Grattan Road beach, Salthill, this Saturday at 3.30pm and it is aimed at both adults and children.
The Galway branch of the Irish WIldlife Trust will host a wildlife walk at Roundstone Bog in Connemara this Saturday, June 9.