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Garden Bird ID & Making Bird Seed Balls

🕓 45 mins - 2 hr 15 mins 🪙 From €170 🏠 Client venue/Online

Workshop Description

At this Garden Bird Identification workshop for Secondary Schools and Youth Organisations we will explore and identify different types of garden birds with interactive games. Participants will gain an understanding of bird behaviour ecology, importance and threats. Finally, we will explore ways to support wild birds and make bird seed and nut balls* that participants can hang outside. *Allergies: Please note the interactive activity will involve peanuts. Learning Outcomes: • Identify common garden birds through visual and auditory ways. • Understand the role birds play in the ecosystem and their threats. • Learn to help wild birds and make seed and nut balls. Curriculum Links: Science: Living Things, Environmental Awareness & Care. Geography: Environmental Awareness & Care, Human Environments: Natural Environments. SPHE. At our workshops, we offer a range of duration and delivery options to suit your needs. Whether you prefer in-person sessions or online workshops, each option offers unique advantages. For instance, a 45-minute online workshop provides a solid foundation, covering the basics effectively. However, opting for a longer, 90 minute to 2 hour 15 minute workshop enables deeper learning and allows us to accomplish more together. Choosing the extended option not only enriches your learning experience but also ensures we can delve into more advanced topics and incorporate more interactive activities, resulting in greater value. So, for a more comprehensive and in-depth session, we encourage you to consider the longer duration options. Prices: • €170 for a 45 mins Online Workshop • €220 for a 90 mins Online Workshop • €290 for a 45 mins In-person Workshop including materials • €310 for a 90 mins In-person Workshop including materials • €350 for a 2 hr 15 mins In-person Workshop including materials Transport Costs: Please note that we lead workshops in Co. Dublin and North Co. Wicklow as well as surrounding areas easily accessible by public transport. This cost is included in the prices above however additional transport charges may apply depending on the workshop delivery location. In-person capacity: We can facilitate a class of maximum of 30 participants per workshop but recommend smaller groups for increased interactivity and more one-on-one time. Sustainable Development Links: SDG 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities), SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production), SDG 13 (Climate Action), SDG 15 (Life on Land)

Meet The Facilitator

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Alex Konieczka

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Alex Konieczka is an ecologist, holding a BSc. Natural Sciences, specialising in Environmental Science from Trinity College Dublin. Alex’s heritage, lifelong passion for sustainability and experience working as an ecologist in Ireland and abroad means she has immense understanding of this field, including first-hand experience of the challenges and ambitions of living in harmony with nature.

Alex is dedicated to building skills and a sense of agency in people through nature connections, capacity building, education and support. Alex cares about inclusivity and strives to make environmental education and nature experiences accessible to all.


Alex is a QQI L6 certified trainer and is Garda vetted. She is trained in First Aid and Child Protection.

Cancellation Policy

All cancellation and rescheduling requests should be made to The following conditions apply to cancellations: You will receive 100% return of the workshop or consultation fee, if you provide sufficient notice (i.e. not less than 5 working days.) You will receive 50% of the workshop or consultation fee if you notify us less than 5 working days but more than 48 hours prior to the commencement of the workshop. Unfortunately, we cannot offer a refund if the customer does not notify us of cancellation at least 48 hours prior to the commencement of the workshop or consultation.

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