Starting time: 11 a.m.
Guide is Ralph Sheppard
A 3 hour walk through this species rich machair with the possibility of encountering chough, skylarks, stonechats, wheatear and many species of butterflies. The walk will be along Keadue Headland Keadue Bar and part of Keadue Strand.
June/July is the ideal time to enjoy the many flowering plants of the machair. A relaxed and enjoyable day.
Suitable for all age groups - Everyone welcome. No need to book. Bring a picnic. In association with Birdwatch Ireland.
Directions: The meeting point is known locally as 'The Blocks ' beach car park. It is located off the R259 at the very end of the single track road numbered L5953 which is 1st right after Keadue School If heading South towards Burtonport (Ailt an Chorrain) or 1st left before the school if heading North from Burtonport towards Keadue Strand.