Ulster Wildlife runs a range of events each year. These include walks, talks, fun activities for all the family, ecological surveying , practical conservation opportunities, and more.
You can view details of our upcoming events below. Events are generally free to Ulster Wildlife members; participants below the age of 16 should be accompanied by an adult. Unless stated otherwise booking is essential. To book call us on 028 9045 4094.
If you would like to organise a fundraising event on behalf of Ulster Wildilfe please contact us on 028 9045 4094.
Wed, 31/08/2016 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm - Ulster Wildlife
Venue: Signposted off the A501 Falls Road in Belfast, between St. Louise's School and MilltownJoin us for a guided walk and talk on bats delivered by John McLaughlin, one of our Living Landscapes Nature Skills Trainees.
Thu, 08/09/2016 - 11:00am - 1:00pm - Ulster Wildlife
Venue: Derrygonnelly areaHelp us survey the rare Marsh Fritillary butterfly.
Sat, 10/09/2016 - 11:00am - 1:00pm - Ulster WildlifeCoastal Forage in Cushendall.
Sat, 10/09/2016 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm - Ulster Wildlife
Venue: Meet at The Old School House, 68 Hill StreetAs part of Milford Community Festival, join us for a guided walk to discover the unique wildlife and history of this former railway cutting, featured on BBC’s Walk the Line.
Thu, 22/09/2016 - 10:00am - 2:00pm - Ulster Wildlife
Venue: Field Studies Council, Tir NavarJoin us for a morning talk about meadow management and restoration followed by lunch and a site demonstration of different management approaches. This event is run in conjunction with The Conservation Volunteers.
Sat, 15/10/2016 - 10:00am - 1:00pm - Ulster Wildlife
Venue: Field Studies CouncilJoin us for a talk about the fungal "jewels" of limestone grasslands by expert Mark Wright, then on an excursion to Monawilken to search for interesting fungi.
Sat, 11/02/2017 - 6:00pm - 10:00pm - Ulster Wildlife
Venue: The Ceili HouseJoin us around the fire for an evening of storytelling, live music, good food and craic as we celebrate the timeless cultural connections with Fermanagh's magnificent meadows, their wildlife and old farming traditions.