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Interested in doing some conservation work in Donegal?
The National Parks and Wildlife Service is keen to set up a conservation volunteer group in Donegal to help manage some of Donegal's finest nature reserves including Glenveagh National Park and other woodland, wetland and coastal sites. there is plenty of work that can be done ranging from garden maintenance at Glenveigh castle, removing invasive species such as rhodendron from the bogs and heathlands to getting involved in surveying for certain plants and animals. With such a range of activities on offer, everybody can get involved!

Do you have a couple of hours to spare or want to do something active in some of best scenery in Ireland? Then why not contact Dave Duggan on or give him a call on 074 9137 090 ext. 3602. You can also reach him by post at Dave Duggan, Glenveagh National Park, Church Hill, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.

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