Wildlife in Curraghchase: Éanna Ní Lamhna to Launch An Taisce’s Living Limerick programme at Coillte’s Curraghchase Forest Park

On Saturday 29th July Éanna Ní Lamhna will be leading a Wildlife Safari of Coillte’s Curraghchase Forest Park, exploring the wild woodlands, the ancient yews, and the lakeside habitats of the serene demense.

The event is the beginning of a Limerick wide project run by An Taisce – The National Trust for Ireland, which will be running a whole series of fun outdoor events exploring the wildlife of the area over the coming months. There will be special days for plant identification and wildlife friendly gardening, helpful hints for Tidy Towns groups and bug hunts for kids, and simple wildlife walks with wondrous folks like Éanna Ní Lamhna!

Do come and join us to hear all about the wildlife of the areas with the humour and knowledge that only Éanna can weave together so well.

Meet: Car park of Coillte’s Curraghchase Forest Park 29th July @ 2pm

If you’d like to keep up to date with our programme of events, follow us on https://www.facebook.com/livinglimerick/ and follow us on Twitter @limerick_living


Ian Lumley, Advocacy Officer, An Taisce. Tel: +353 1 454 1786
Charles Stanley-Smith, Communications, An Taisce. Tel: +353 87 241 1995
email: [email protected]
An Taisce The National Trust for Ireland


Éanna will be available for interview on the morning of the 29th before the event.

Éanna Ní Lamhna is an enormously knowledgeable and fun biologist, radio and television presenter, author and educator. She is part of the popular Mooney Goes Wild team on RTE Radio 1 and also has a regular Tuesday slot on the Six O Clock show on TV3. She has written several books about nature in Ireland including ‘Straight Talking Wild’, Wild Dublin and Wild Things at School.. She is one of the best-known public figures in Ireland in the area of nature and the environment, and was listed as one of Ireland's "Influential 100" in 2012.

About An Taisce

An Taisce is a charity that works to preserve and protect Ireland's natural and built heritage. We are an independent charitable voice for the environment and for heritage issues. We are not a government body, semi-state or agency. Founded in 1948, we are one of Ireland’s oldest and largest environmental organisations.