Strangford Lough Bird Watching Event

Created on: Monday, 04 November 2019. Posted in: News

Strangford Lough Bird Watching Event

image credit - Mark Carmody 'Shore Birds of Ireland - The Collins Press' Mark Carmody PhotographyDo you know your Shelduck from your Brent Goose? Or your Curlew Redshank? Whether the answers are yes or no...this is the event for you! Come along to this free event and enjoy the spectacle of the over-wintering bird population on Strangford Lough under expert guidance.Join us on Saturday 30th November at 10.45 for a bird-watching session with local naturalist, ecologist and wildlife guide David Thompson @WildAboutToursLearn about Strangford Lough and the haven that it provides for the many species of wader and wildfowl that spend the winter here.No experience is necessary! We will provide the necessary equipment also. Booking essential! Please contact judith.caldwell@nmandd.org to reserve your spot or for more information. Places for this event are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.Not suitable for preschool age childrenWear warm clothing and if you have them, bring a pair of binoculars and or a telescope.This event will be weather dependant and may be cancelled or postponed in unsuitable weather conditions.Venue for this event is to be confirmed but will be on Strangford Lough

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