Guided Woodland Walk in Tomnafinogue
Sunday 21st February: Native Woodland Trust Guided Woodland Walk
Interested in learning about Ireland’s native woodlands? Who not join the Native Woodland Trust for a guided woodland walk in Tomnafinnoge Woods on Sunday 21st February?
The Native Woodland Trust is an environmental charity dedicated to the protection of Ireland’s rare native and ancient woodland. The Trust achieves this by setting up woodland reserves around the country. This reserves network allows the Trust to protect existing woodland as well as plant new native woodland for the future. Part of the work we do involves running educational and fun events for our members and the public to encourage more people to use their local woodlands.
On this woodland walk Andrew Lynch will lead the group through the beautiful Tomnafinnoge Woods, talking about the native trees and the wildlife that call this woodland home. Tomnafinnoge woods is the last surviving fragment of the great Oak woods of Shillelagh, which once covered the hills and valleys of South Wicklow. This is a beautiful place to take a walk and learn about Ireland’s woodland biodiversity.
The meeting point for this event will be the car park of Tomnafinnoge Woods. For a map and further details please check our website www.nativewoodlandtrust.ie or the events section of our Facebook page. All are welcome. The event is free for members with a suggested donation of €4 for non-members. Appropriate footwear and clothing are advised.
For more details please contact Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0879619083.
Meeting Point: Tomnafinnoge Woods car park, Tinahely, co. Wicklow.
Meeting Time: 11am
Finish time: Approx. 1pm