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An Grianan Hotel, Burt
A Talk – “History of Inch Wildfowl Reserve – A Man Made Landscape”
Tues Nov 6th at 7.30 p.m.
Speaker: Dr Liam Campbell,
How a large area of Lough Swilly mud flats was transformed into a lake and wetland enclosed by 3 embankments, the route of a narrow gauge railway, a large intensive farm, was the subject of an Act of Parliament and employed Dutch experience and engineering.
Everyone is welcome. Free. No need to book. Suitable for all age groups.
These events are part of a series of walks and talks that are supported by a grant from Donegal County Council under its Wildlife Awareness Initiative.
In Association with Birdwatch Ireland and National Parks and Wildlife Service