Spend an afternoon immersed in nature in the beautiful Finnebrogue Woods and enjoy a tasty lunch.
Join our Bushcraft expert Rob and delve into the world of natural observation, tracking and birding as you explore the stunning hills and woodland at Finnebrogue. Amongst the stunning setting of ancient trees and the large lake, you will learn how to read bird song and calls, observe natural signs of deducting direction and navigating in the field.
Rob will lead your group in connecting with the wood wide web, to help you zone in to your surroundings and hone your natural instincts. You will track and analyse the signs of local wildlife, such as deer, badger, fox, wildfowl and many more.
Dates: Tuesday 27th February
Tuesday 26th March
Tickets: £19.95 includes a lunch in Fodder (selected menu applies)
Event Preparation Info
This experience runs from 12.30pm-3.30pm. Follow the signs to the Bushcraft & Wild Cooking car park where you will be welcomed by Bushman Rob. The experience is outdoors so please come prepared to spend the whole time outdoors in all-weather types wearing sturdy footwear. A notepad and pencil are handy for taking notes.
If you have any dietary requirements please email email@example.com 48 hours prior to your experience.