BirdLife Malta’s activities for the public continued with a day’s outing to beautiful Gozo organised by the Adult Activities Group.
The morning consisted of a 3-hour walking trek at Ta’ Ċenċ Cliffs and another from San Raflu to Xlendi.
The walks were ably conducted by Michael Grima who detailed the Ta’ Ċenċ area as a Scopoli’s Shearwater sanctuary inhabited by around 1,000 pairs (the largest colony on the islands) and Maria Muscat was on hand to detail the flora along the route.
After a nice lunch at Xlendi, the afternoon was spent touring the Cittadella. Participants got first-hand information on a guided tour of the Old Prisons by Heritage Malta followed by a visit to the Natural History Museum and another guided tour of the Silos by Wirt Għawdex. It was a great day out enjoyed by one and all.
Members of the public and families are welcome to participate in such activities which are held on a regular basis. The next activity by BirdLife Malta’s Adult Activity Group will be the Buskett Walk on 22nd January 2017.
BirdLife Malta members are given priority for such activities. Those who may wish to join BirdLife Malta can do so at https://birdlifemalta.org/become-member.
Read the Maltese version of the press release here.