BBC One’s new landmark nature series Wild Isles will feature Killarney National Park which is set within the Kerry UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Legendary broadcaster Sir David Attenborough begins the series with an episode aptly titled ‘Our Precious Isles’, explaining why our small and uniquely positioned set of isles are so critical for the survival of species from right across the globe.
Wild Isles is co-produced by The Open University and will premiere on BBC One on Sunday 12 March, 7.00 – 8.00pm. View the trailer here.
Discover Kerry – A Sustainable Destination
You are welcome throughout the year to discover Killarney National Park, as featured in the ‘Wild Isles’ series, as well as the wild, natural landscapes and coastline of Kerry. All ages and abilities can experience the great outdoors including our sustainably led eco-tourism activities. Kerry has reached 13th position in the Global Destination Sustainable Movement Index. As our tourism industry and society evolves in our collective sustainability journey, Kerry is committed to ‘Keeping it Green’, putting the focus on protecting the environment and developing a green economy.
Plan Your Visit & Further Resources
Discover Things to Do, Where to Stay and What’s On in Kerry: www.discoverkerry.com
Plan your visit to Kerry: https://www.discoverkerry.com/en/plan-your-trip/getting-to-kerry/
Open University ‘Wild Isles’ Poster Resource Page: https://connect.open.ac.uk/wildisles
Killarney National Park: https://www.nationalparks.ie/killarney/
Kerry UNESCO Biosphere Reserve: https://kerrybiosphere.ie/