Join us for this free workshop to find out how to identify and record butterflies in Aberdeen!
Recording butterflies helps us to understand how their populations are doing. One of the best ways is through transects. Transects are routes which volunteers walk once a week through the summer, recording the butterflies they see. This workshop will show attendees how to identify the butterflies they are likely to see, and we'll also establish a new transect route at Kincorth Hill.
This event is suitable for all, but children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.
When: Wednesday 21st March, 10am-3pm
Where: Kincorth Community Centre, Provost Watt Drive, Aberdeen, AB12 5NA
Booking: to book a free space, email Anthony McCluskey on firstname.lastname@example.org , or phone 07730221266 (leave a message if there is no answer and I will get back to you).
This event is part of the Urban Butterfly Project, a three-year project funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, Scottish Natural Heritage, and Butterfly Conservation members.