Are you curious about what other creatures you share Mitchelstown with?

Do you wonder what else lives along the streets and in the trees and hedgerows around Mitchelstown?

This family friendly urban nature walk will allow you to explore these questions and much more.

It will involve a short walk around Mitchelstown, stopping along the way to learn about the various habitats and biodiversity hotspots that are present and the wonderful plants and animals which we share the area with.

There will be lots of chances to look, listen, explore and ask questions. This family friendly river walk event will be led by Albert Nolan, who has over 30 years experience engaging with groups and schools around biodiversity and wildlife.


This family friendly walk will take place on Tuesday, 4th of July, from 7pm - 8pm - meet at the Aldi Car Park in Mitchelstown, P67 TD37.

To register, please fill out the registration form via the below button:


For any further information, please contact Jill Pitcher Farrell at [email protected]

This workshop is part of Ballyhoura Development’s Biodiversity of Ballyhoura Series and is contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals through target 4.7 under SDG4 - Quality Education and SDG 15 - Life on Land.  

Booking for this event has now closed.