Through this immersive workshop explore and experience the physical, emotional and psychological benefits of being in the sea first hand. Learn simple techniques to promote wellness and our connection to water. Very Limited Places Suitable For: Min. age 16+ (with parental consent). Bring: Swimwear, towels Contact: Mike 087 6269777   Recommended donation of €10 For further details: […]

Hailing from Castlegregory just across the bay Gerry Barry is a land-artist, using rocks, water, sand and landscaping, he creates ephemeral artworks. For WildMind Gerry presents an exhibition of new works Gerry will launch this exhibition at 6.30 pm Friday and will give a talk on his process as well as the origins of both […]

Stand up paddle boarding is the hottest new watersport around. With the freedom to explore the coastline in a much more intimate way, like no boat ever could. It is fun, easy and Wild SUP Tours will get you up and paddling in no time. These taster sessions are the perfect opportunity to try something […]

With Tom O’Sullivan – Collis Sands Beekeepers Honeybees are social insects, living in colonies of up to 70,000 bees, and each bee has its purpose. In this talk Tom will explore the social order of bees exposing the secret life of honeybee within the hive. Weather permitting, you will also have the opportunity watching the bees operating […]

In conversation with Easkey Britton, exploring our innate connection with the sea through visual storytelling, short-film and discussion. Suitable For: Everyone Bring: An Open Mind Booking: Booking Essential | Free event Powered by Eventbrite Learn more: //

Explore rocky shore of Fenit with Gosia from Kerry Geo Adventures Learn how to identify varies different rocks, minerals, and fossils. Come and see a collection of fine examples of colorful rocks and minerals from around Ireland. Small bag or bucket for any interesting finds to bring home. KerryGeoAdventures focuses on incredible Kerry landscape, explore […]

With Ricky Whelan The Crow family has a mixed reputation in Ireland and crows have went from being feared & respected in ancient times to being shot and poisoned as vermin in modern times. This talk explores the heritage, ecology and intelligence of our seven native species of crow.

Come and try your hand at shooting some arrows at targets. Suitable for families with children of all ages and ability. Suitable For families with children of all ages and ability & everyone else. Bring: A strong arm and a keen eye. Location: Assemble at Fenit Car Park Run By: An Ríocht Archery Club

Dig deeper into nature at our nature zone. Explore creepy crawlies at the insect table, Examine exotic marine creatures life in our touch pool. Observe honeybees working in our glass beehive and investigate fossils that are millions of years old. Run By: Members of Irish Wild Life Trust Suitable For: Families with children of all […]

A walk on the wild side to discover and gather what wild food is on offer from the land around you Run By: Darrach O’Murchú Suitable For: Adults Bring: Suitable Clothing Location: Assemble at Fenit Car Park Booking & Cost: Booking Essential , €15 Contact: Darrach O’Murchú @ 087 2153758