Year of O'Flaherty 'Go Wild' Nature Camp
23rd & 24th August 2018
10am - 3pm
Please note places for this event are now Booked Out.
DESCRIPTION OF EVENT:
Discover the wonders of local wildlife in a fun and safe environment through field trips, surveys, and practical workshops led by local nature experts and educators. Learn how to find and recognise different birds and other animals and get up close and personal with some of your wild neighbours, with games, challenges, quizzes and prizes, plus explore the local history hands on….and loads more!
Go Wild Nature Camp in Moycullen will be run over two days (23rd and 24th of August) and is coordinated by Galway County Council and BirdWatch Ireland as part of Heritage Week 2018 and in collaboration with the Moycullen Historical Society’s ‘Year of O’Flaherty’, as well as the Vincent Wildlife Trust, GMIT and Animal Magic, with funding from the Heritage Council and Galway County Council.
The nature camp is suitable for children aged 7 – 10 years, adults and family members are welcome to attend and join in the activities. The nature camp is free but places are limited and must be reserved in advance by booking tickets through Eventbrite. The nature camp will be based at the GAA Club House at Ballydotia, Moycullen from 10am to 3pm each day.
Bring warm clothes, rain gear, wellies, a packed lunch and an inquisitive mind!
When you are booking, please leave your contact details and we will contact you in advance to discuss any special requirements of those attending. If you have any queries or would like further information then do not hesitate to contact John Lusby at firstname.lastname@example.org or 085 7201892.
Check out a video of last years Go Wild Nature Camps, which won the National Heritage Award in 2017