DCC Biodiversity Events during Heritage Week, 2019

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Graveyards as Living Places

Often overlooked, graveyards are urban refuges for a range of biodiversity. Join Dublin City Council and find out more about the wildlife living in these havens, including the unexpected species that can be found on and in stone structures.

  • Tuesday, 20th August – St Canice’s Cemetery, Finglas – time TBC
  • Wednesday, 21st August – Bellevue Cemetery, Donnybrook – time TBC

Rivers as Havens

The rivers and canals of Dublin are full of life and provide an essential resource to a range of species – some you might not expect to see on a river. Join Dublin City Council’s Biodiversity Officer for an evening wildlife walk to find out more about what’s living in and along our rivers.

  • Thursday, 22nd August – River Dodder – meeting point and time TBC
  • Friday, 23rd August – River Tolka  – meeting point and time TBC