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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Going Batty

Did you know it was the year of the Bat...check out this link.

Bat Walk at dusk. Bring a torch and outdoor shoes and dress warmly. 28th of August, 19:00 – 22:00

Join the Irish Wildlife Trust Bat Specialist, Conor Kelleher, on a Bat Wild Watch Walk and discover a wilder Ireland on your doorstep. To coincide with Heritage Week between the 20th and 28th of August, the IWT is celebrating our national biodiversity with our third annual series of Wild Watch Walks.
Venue: Meet at Tullahought Community Hall at 7 pm then on to Slate Quarries, Kilmoganny, Co. Kilkenny.

Directions: Tullahought can be reached from Tipperary and West Waterford via Carrick-on-Suir by taking the R697 north from the town  (10 - 15 mins from Carrick) and from Waterford City  via Piltown and Owning (30 mins from City).
Admission: Free but booking is essential to secure your place please email or call the contacts below:
Telephone: 0868124275

The IWT would like to thank the Heritage Council for supporting these events under the Heritage Education, Community & Outreach Scheme 2011.

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