Explore the fascinating world of invasive species on a guided walk through St Ouen’s Bay with Isabelle Duggan.
Amongst its rich and diverse array of plant life in the ecosystem of St Ouen, are the captivating purple dew plant, the hardy sour fig, and the stunning burnt rose on the dunes… All invasive species.
Find out how these plants are spreading, and why that matters.
Join our knowledgeable guide, Isabelle, in the beautiful St Ouen’s Bay to learn about the fascinating traits and habits of ‘invasives’.
Duration: Approximately 2.00 hours long. Difficulty: Medium
Meet at the car park at Le Braye, St Ouen’s Bay, the Five Mile Road, St Ouen. Bus 22. Please wear sensible footwear; You’ll be walking over uneven paths.
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Each walk showcases a different aspect of the Park, from wildlife to history, to agriculture and geology, and much, much more.