Blackrock Estuary Walk ‘n’ Talk
The UCC ECHOES project and Cork Nature Network are hosting a guided Walk ‘n’ Talk to explore how Climate Change is affecting birdlife in the Blackrock Estuary on Sat 5th March.
This will be a guided 1.5hr long stroll along the Estuary leaving from the Rochestown end of the walkway (that is Harty’s Quay Public Car Park – not the Blackrock Castle end!) at 11 am sharp.
All are welcome to this free of charge event, but places are limited to ensure social distancing, so if you would like to join us please register here.
The ECHOES Operation is part-funded by the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020 through the Welsh Government, ERDF Priority Axis 2 – Adaptation of the Irish Sea and Coastal Communities to Climate Change.
Cork Nature Network strives to protect and promote Ireland’s Wildlife through education, research and conservation. We aim to help restore a healthy, functioning ecosystem for both wildlife and human populations in Ireland. Increasing awareness surrounding conservation is central to achieving this goal, and we believe that through education and participation, we can enhance our communities while protecting our beautiful wildlife.