The walk is presented by the Barbados National Trust, the Future Centre Trust and Action For Animals Barbados' Green Monkey project.
Today marks the 49th anniversary of commemoration of Earth Day, under the theme Protect Our Species.
Historians, botanists and anyone with knowledge or a love of our natural species of trees, plants and wildlife are warmly invited to join
This event will assist in mapping areas for planting fruit trees and native plants, for monkeys, and insect life such as butterflies as well as raising awareness on this year's Earth Day theme. No planting will take place in the gully.
What to bring:
Water, snacks, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, sturdy walking shoes, camera (optional)
Meeting Point: Jack-in-the-Box Gully Bridge by the Environment Department Sign.
Walk begins at 7:00 am sharp
This hike is free of cost but donations are appreciated.
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If your dogs are socialised and fine with other dogs, please bring them. If it gets too hot you are free to leave at anytime (bring water for them and poop bags)
Venue: Jack-in-the-Box Gully, St. Thomas