The Grey Heron – insights from some natural history writings
The Grey Heron – insights from some natural history writings by Amanda Pedlow, Heritage Officer, Offaly County Council
Town House Hotel , The Town House Hotel Limerick Rd, Naas West, Naas, Co. Kildare (045) 879 226
08.00pm (20.00h) - 09.30pm (21.30h)
This Birdwatch Ireland Kildare Branch event does not have an entry free but donations are welcome towards the cost of the renting of the room and facilities for the evening. A donation box is available at the entrance to the room.
County Heritage Officers play a key role in promoting heritage awareness, developing policy and providing advice and information on local as well as national heritage issues. County Heritage Officers are employed by Local Authorities in partnership with the Heritage Council under the auspices of the Heritage Officer Programme, which was initiated in 1999. Heritage Officers manage the heritage function within a county in a strategic and co-ordinated manner. They adopted an integrated approach to heritage which envelopes all aspects of heritage within the overall heritage service. They aim to promote enhanced levels of understanding, conservation and preservation by improving the status and perception of heritage in their local area. Heritage objectives are identified and priorities in Local Heritage Plans that are formally adopted by Local Authorities. Source: https://www.heritagecouncil.ie/our-work-with-others/county-heritage-officers