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Marine Madness Month – Galway Beach Safari

On Saturday May 1st, Galway City Council and Galway Atlantaquaria  in conjunction with Marine Madness Month are teaming up to offer the  first Beach Safari of 2010. Everyone will have a chance to explore one  of the city’s most important and exciting habitats, the beach. Applied  ecologist Dr Noirin Burke will lead a beach safari on Grattan Beach  Salthill on Saturday May 1st. from 12.00 noon

If you would like to explore the beach and meet the creatures that call  Grattan beach home, or if you just fancy a nice beach walk on a  Saturday afternoon, everyone is welcome.

From forests and marshes, to beaches and lakes, Galway City probably  has the greatest number of wildlife habitats of any city in Ireland.

Don’t forget to bring along buckets and nets for the kids. Wellies and warm clothing advised!

For more information, contact the Atlantaquaria on 091 585100,       atlantaquaria@eircom.net

More info about Marine Madness Month  here

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2 thoughts on “Marine Madness Month – Galway Beach Safari

  1. Galway beach safari sounds like a great idea,hope to have a walk one of my evening around the beach and enjoy the white sand.

    Posted by Safari Asiimwe | September 18, 2010, 8:41 pm

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