“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.