7th Aug 2018
Ever wondered where the bugs live..The Buglington of course!!!
Come and join us on Monday the 20th and Thursday the 23rd of August at 14:00 and learn how to forage and build your own bug hotel.
Learn the importance of natural habitats, the world around us & the importance of nature. The loss of habitat often presents the biggest threat to wildlife species and therefore The Irish National Stud & Gardens place an emphasis on enhancing the existing habitat to make wildlife welcome. We have partnered with Wildlife Management Services and Heritage Week to create this unique event which will allow you and your youngsters the chance to learn the importance of the environment around us in a fun & interactive way! Join us in foraging for the instruments & equipment required to create your own bug hotel. And create your own habitat for the bugs in your own back garden.
National Heritage Week is Ireland’s annual celebration of our built, natural and cultural heritage and is part of a European initiative to encourage people to take an interest in their local heritage. The town of Kildare is hosting a number of fantastic events organised by local communities and businesses promoting nature, heritage and culture. Here at The Irish National Stud & Gardens, in partnership with Wildlife MNG Services we invite you and your youngsters to learn about the environment around you.
Admission fee required. Event at no extra cost.
Booking for the event required. Please book your space by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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