Somerset And Bristol: Guided Walk

Grayling
Somerset And Bristol: Guided Walk
Wednesday 26th July 2017, 11am-1.30pm
Bossington, near Porlock, west of Dunster

Join the Somerset and Bristol Branch at this rugged coastal site, which has stunning views along the coast towards Porlock Weir.

The principal target species is the Grayling butterfly, but other species likely to be present include Dark Green Fritillary, Silver-washed Fritillary, Comma, Meadow Brown and Gatekeeper...

Meet at 11am at the National Trust car park in Bossington village, Grid ref: SS 897 480, nearest postcode . Please note that this is a pay and display car park, although free to NT members.

  •     Children and beginners are especially welcome
  •     No dogs, please
  •     There is no charge for the walk
  •     Bring a packed lunch
  •     Wear stout shoes/boots

If the weather is wet or unseasonably cold and dull, the walk will be cancelled. If you have a query about the walk please phone the Walk Leader, Dave Ayling, tel: 01643 821664. Any unavoidable last-minute changes will be posted on the Branch website.

This event is taking place during Big Butterfly Count, the largest insect citizen science project in the world. Why not download an ID chart and take part in a 15-minute count during the event, which runs from 14 July - 6 August? The results help us see how butterflies are faring across the UK.