Join us on our Rut walk and Wildlife Photography talk in Killarney National Park to watch one of natures amazing spectacles, the annual Red Deer Rut which has taken place continuously in Kerry for over 6,000 years.
This event is kindly hosted by National Parks and Wildlife Service and is free of charge but places are limited, so make sure to book early. The walk takes place at the peak of the Red deer rut on Sunday October 14th. Booking is required by emailing us firstname.lastname@example.org please confirm how many people you are booking for.
The events includes:
- Family friendly event
- Spotting scopes and binoculars available
- Talks by NPWS Conservation Ranger, the Irish Deer Commission and a Wildlife Photographer
- There will be a display of native Red deer antlers to see
- The event is suitable for all fitness levels, with no specialist clothing required
- An accommodation option is available for those travelling (see below)
We have arranged a special accommodation rate for those booked to attend the walk, with the Lake Hotel, Killarney where you can view Red deer on the grounds of this stunning lakeside property in Killarney National Park, visit their website on www.lakehotelkillarney.ie or phone 064 663 1035 quote “Irish Deer Commission”
Further details on the event will be provided when your booking is confirmed. The event is expected to last no longer than 3 hours in the morning.