Saturday 7.00 pm Barbecue and Moth Trapping. This is a coastal limestone habitat which could have additional species by way of migrants if conditions are favourable. Camping facilities are available for anyone who would like to stay overnight – bring tent, sleeping bag, eating utensils etc and food and drink to share.
Sunday 9.00 am Moths - Analysis of last night's catch in moth traps at Broadcroft Reserve with refreshments at 10.30 am.
11.00 am to 1.00 pm approx Guided walk - Broadcroft Quarry was the county's first Butterfly Reserve. An impressive colony of Silver-studded Blues can be found in this quarry reserve.
For Broadcroft Quarry Reserve, turn left off Easton Road onto Grove Road and about 100 yards on the right is a track which leads to the car park, map reference SY 695 723.
Contact is Nigel Spring on 01963 23559 or 07981 776767, or email email@example.com