Take the Autumn Moth Trail at Slievenacloy
Thursday 8th September 2011
The Herald (c) Ulster Wildlife Trust
On National Trails Day, we join the celebration of Ireland's wonderful variety of trails by offering you the opportunity to take an Autumn Moth Trail on our Slievenacloy Nature Reserve; in partnership with Butterfly Conservation NI.
On 2nd October (2-4pm), take the Autumn Moth Trail through one of the Ulster Wildlife Trust’s Slievenacloy Nature Reserve - one of our loveliest reserves - in the company of butterfly and moth enthusiast, Catherine Bertrand. Maybe catch a glimpse of seasonal moth varieties like the autumn rustic, copper underwing, the herald and the satellite. If the day is clear, enjoy amazing views across Northern Ireland await you.
The event is FREE. Suitable for families with children over 4. Children under 16 to be accompanied by an adult. BOOKING ESSENTIAL
To book a place on any of our events please contact us on 028 4483 0282 or email email@example.com leaving us a contact number.
This event is part of the National Trails Day programme. NATIONAL TRAILS DAY is a celebration of Ireland’s wonderful variety of trails and a chance for everyone to enjoy some of our most beautiful countryside, forests, mountains and lakes. With miles and miles of trails to explore, there is a trail to suit everyone. See our event and all National Trails Day events at: http://www.nationaltrailsday.co.uk/