Dublin Biodiversity Audio Tour (DBAT)
Discover the diversity of nature in Dublin, how it is researched, managed and enjoyed by Dubliners and visitors alike.
Biodiversity (or the variety of life on earth) is essential for human beings. Various organisms and habitats deliver crucial life-support services (such as the food we eat, the water we drink and the air that we breathe), as well as aesthetic, cultural and educational benefit to people living in the city and its many visitors.
The Dublin Biodiversity Audio Tour brings together stories on 11 sites of interest to nature-lovers, from community gardens and city parks to collections in museums and botanic gardens. The DBAT is a series of short, free-to-download pod-cast audio clips. By downloading individual audio files to your personal audio player or smart phone, the Trinity College Centre for Biodiversity Research will lead you on a journey of discovery through Dublin
Whether you decide to visit all the sites, touring between them on Dublin Bus, Luas, Dart, or Dublinbikes, or whether you listen to them from the comfort of your arm chair, we hope you will enjoy finding out more about our green city.
- Trinity College Dublin - MP3 Audio
- Dublin Zoo - MP3 Audio
- Serenity Community Gardens - MP3 Audio
- Natural History Museum - MP3 Audio
- National Botanic Gardens - MP3 Audio
- Grand Canal - MP3 Audio
- Bull Island - MP3 Audio
- Irishtown Nature Park - MP3 Audio
- River Liffey - MP3 Audio
- St Stephen’s Green - MP3 Audio
- Phoenix Park - MP3 Audio