Saturday 23rd February 2019, 10:00am-3:00pm

Scotstown Moor Local Nature Reserve

Contact

  • Anthony McCluskey
  • amccluskey@butterfly-conservation.org

57.1962679, -2.1085622000001

Scotstown Moor is home to a large number of butterfly species, including the only population of Small Pearl-Bordered Fritillary in Aberdeen City. Parts of the moor are threatened by encroaching gorse and broom shrubs, so we'll be spending a day cutting back those plants to improve the site for butterflies. No experience is needed, and the event is suitable for all. All tools and equipment will be provided, and it will be a good chance to meet other local volunteers.

Date and time: Saturday 23rd February, 10am - 3pm.
Location: Scotstown Moor Local Nature Reserve

Booking: booking is essential so we know how many tools to bring. Please contact Conservation Officer Anthony McCluskey on @email or call 01786459811 (if there is no answer please leave a voice message). Full details about meeting points and transport will be given following booking.

This event is being ran in partnership with Aberdeen City Council, and is supported by funding from Scottish Natural Heritage.