National Park Manager Day is a week-long event which brings together people and organisations working in the wildlife, recreation and cultural sectors to engage with government and the public.
National Park Manager day has been organised by the Wildlife Federation of Ireland and the National Parks and Wildlife Foundation.
It is the culmination of the national parks manager programme which began in 2007.
The programme aims to enhance collaboration and understanding between the public and government in order to address issues such as management of wildlife populations, resource management, and conservation of national parks and the nature and biodiversity of our country.
It also provides a platform for the establishment of partnerships with industry, universities and local communities, and for discussions and discussions on matters relating to the environment.
The parks manager day is also a unique opportunity for those interested in wildlife conservation to share their views on the conservation status of the National Park.
This is the fourth time the park has been commemorated as National Park manager day.
The first two occasions were in 2012 and 2016.
The next one is scheduled for January 23 and 24, 2020.