Join the Burrenbeo Trust for their June walk at Attyslaney wood in the Burren lowlands. There will be shelter from the sun under the range of native trees and shrubs in this limestone woodland!
Sean Quealy will lead an exploration of the woodland. He is Project Manager of Woodland Restoration in Ireland, a programme jointly funded by Coillte and the European LIFE-Nature Programme. The walk will look at the native Irish trees and shrubs at Attyslaney, an important woodland in transition from production forests to priority woodlands in Ireland.
The walk will meet at Tubber GAA Pitch at 2pm and will last for roughly 2 hours. Please bring good walking shoes and waterproofs or suncream if needed. No dogs allowed.
The walk is open to everyone, and will focus on information sharing rather than covering long distances, although a reasonable level of fitness is required. It is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a donation of €10 is suggested from non-members. For more information please email email@example.com or phone 091 638096.