“Conservation Grazing with Native Irish Cattle in the Uplands of County Kerry”

“Conservation Grazing with Native Irish Cattle in the Uplands of County Kerry” by Kilian Kelly, Institute of Technology Tralee. This talk focuses on biodiversity conservation and examines how Dexter cattle, a small and hardy breed native to the South West of Ireland, affect the flora and fauna of upland areas.

All welcome. Admission for non members is €5 which includes light refreshments after the lecture and a chance to chat with club members. If you would like to find out more about the club, or to become a member, check out www.wexfordnaturalists.com or pick up a brochure in your local library or at Wexford Wildfowl Reserve.

Dates: 
Thu 3rd Aug 2017