Frank King returned to Killorglin to follow up on his earlier bird talk and this time,as last, Frank royally entertained and enlightened us with tales of the secret life of birds. He also invited us to think about joining BirdWatch Ireland - or at very least to go along and try out one of their outings. With Frank’s help, we also took the first steps towards forming a mid/south Kerry BirdWatch Ireland group.
Later in the day day we ran a Tree ID event for children which included us hanging identifying names on the various species of tree on the Railway Walk. Well done all you young intrepid tree seekers who braved the rains in search of Killorglin's tree biodiversity!
Finally, this was followed by an invitation to the community to come along to a party at the venue to celebrate the work of the students - we ate pizza and chips generously supplied by Peter Antioch of Apache Pizza, Brack kindly supplied by O'Sullivan's Bakery and an amount of other delicious goodies laid on by the KTT team. A big THANK YOU to all the students who participated in this project.