The majority of our events are free and open to all; we encourage all ages to attend. We propose a wide range of events from talks and seminars to bug hunts for kids.
We hope to see you soon!
Please, find in the sidebar the calendar of our next events. If you can’t see the calendar, please refresh the page.
Events for adults
Events for families
It is important to include children in learning about nature. Cork Nature Network offer a wide range of family friendly activities, including bug hunts, leaf walks etc
They are great fun for all the family and are very interactive.
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Keep an eye on our website (sidebar) or Facebook and Twitter for news on upcoming events. You can contact our event manager for further information.
If you have an idea for an event in your area, we would love to hear from you!
Some of our past events
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, our usual activities for Heritage Week (workshops, picnic) have been canceled. Those activities have been replaced by online events, hosted on Zoom. Read more
“Dreamin’ Skibbereen” was a workshop developed by Cork Nature Network (West Cork) with Sustainable Skibbereen and facilitated by Orlagh O’Brien and Moze Jacobs. Read more
If the large crowd attending this talk in Wilton on the 26th of February 2020 is anything to go by, we have a huge fascination for birds of prey in the county. Read more
On a damp, drizzly day in February 2020 a large group of nature lovers pulled on their wellies, donned their raingear and braved the elements to meet up in a carpark outside Blarney. Read more
One animal that never fails to capture the imagination is the iconic Wolf. As part of the Cork Science Festival in November 2019, Dr Kieran Hickey from University College Cork, preeminent expert on Wolves in Ireland, gave a talk for Cork Nature Network on this fascinating subject. Read more
Cork Nature Network (West Cork) was very active during Heritage Week 2019. This first series of events took place in and around Clonakilty, the town where the group started in May just after the Irish government declared a ‘climate and biodiversity emergency‘ in the Dáil on May 9.