Thursday, August 18, 2022

The bridge at Dunhill’s beautiful Anne Valley.

Photos: Paddy Dwan  

AUTHOR, photographer and well-known naturalist Paddy Dwan will celebrate Water Heritage Day this Sunday, August 21 with a guided walk in Dunhill’s Anne Valley, commencing from the walk’s car park at 11am.

Paddy will explain the value of wetlands and show you the flora and fauna that thrives along the course of the Anne River. He’ll also show you how to be a wildlife detective along the route – and who knows what he may find? This free event, which is restricted to 20 people, is suitable for all ages and will last for approximately an hour and 30 minutes. It’s wheelchair and buggy friendly with guide dogs the only canines that can join Paddy’swalk and talk.

The event will be booked on a first come first served basis so please book your place by E-mailing Paddy on [email protected] or message the ‘Time Outside Nature Walks’ Facebook page:

UPDATE AT 12:56pm: Sunday’s walk is now fully booked.

A swan and cygnet in the Anne Valley. 

The magnificent Grey Heron. 

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