Discover the Night at Inch Island Wildfowl Reserve


9:15 pm - 10:45 pm


Donegal, Donegal

Event Type

Join us for a moonlit guided walk around the stunning Inch Wildfowl Reserve with special bat detecting equipment. Find out how bats use the landscape and why they are important for biodiversity and get those steps in on a 1.5 hour walk around the lake. We have teamed up with Donegal County Council’s Biodiversity Officer to showcase why we need biodiversity and how each of us can boost biodiversity at home, workplace and school. Refreshments provided.

Location (including meeting point, if relevant): Inch Wildfowl Reserve, Donegal. Meeting at main car park picnic area.

Booking essential: email

Any participant requirements:
– Free event
– Suitable for children aged 7+
– All children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times
– Participants are advised to wear a warm waterproof coat and strong footwear
– In event of bad weather, the event will be rescheduled and participants will be informed by email of new arrangements
– Please let us know any access or dietary requirements in the booking form

Accessibility and other special requirements:
The event is wheelchair accessible. The walk will take approximately 1.5 hours and will be broken into segments so that participants with different levels of fitness can take part.

This event is free and open to all who register to attend. This event is being held as part of Biodiversity Week 2024.

Discover the Night at Inch Island Wildfowl Reserve