Spring into Nature - February Garden Wildlife Talks

Gardening for Biodiversity
Siskin on peanut feeder
Oran O Sullivan

Spending time in nature is good for us and good for our biodiversity. As the year unfolds, it is a great time to notice nature all around us and to encourage wildlife on our doorsteps. The Heritage Office of Wicklow County Council and Wicklow Library Service have teamed up to bring you a seasonal  programme of  free online talks to help you ‘Spring into nature’.

The first two talks focus on inviting wildlife into our gardens and are  scheduled for the 9th  and the 16th February via zoom.  As the seasons unfold we hope to bring you more talks brought to you as part of Wicklow County Council’s Healthy Ireland, Keeping Well campaign.

These are FREE events, but capacity is limited and tickets can be booked via eventbrite to reserve your place


Tuesday 9th February @ 7 pm Gardening for Biodiversity by Juanita Browne.

Based on the popular  ‘Gardening for Biodiversity’ publication, author  Juanita Browne will present her top tips for encouraging wildlife to share your garden space. Whether it is planting for pollinators, creating new habitats, or encouraging birds there are a whole host of small steps that we can all take to make our gardens more wildlife friendly.

To book your place click HERE


Tuesday 16th February @ 7 pm Wicklow’s Garden Birds by Niall Hatch, Birdwatch Ireland

Join the ever knowledgeable Niall Hatch from Birdwatch Ireland as he takes us on a tour of the birds that are likely to visit your garden in county Wicklow , with identification tips and lots of advice on how you can make your garden more inviting for our feathered friends all year round, from Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.

To book your place click HERE

Follow Wicklow County Library Service and Our Wicklow Heritage on social media for more updates on these and other events.

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