Tuesday 2nd April 2019, 10:00am-3:00pm
Dunbar Street Hall
- Anthony McCluskey
Come along to this free event to learn how to identify and record Aberdeen's butterflies. The event will introduce all the species you are likely to see in the area, and you'll receive guides to take away. The aim of the day will be to create a new recording route (or 'transect') along the River Don, close to the venue. We will spend the morning indoors learning all about butterflies, then go outside for the afternoon to see the new transect. This event is suitable for everyone from complete beginners to those with some experience who would like to be more involved in recording butterflies.
Recording butterflies helps us to understand how their populations are doing, and it's a nice way to spend more time outdoors on sunny days.
Date and time: Tuesday 2nd April, 10am - 3pm
Location: Dunbar Street Hall, Dunbar Street, Aberdeen, AB24 3UJ
Booking: Booking is essential. Please book by emailing Anthony McCluskey on @email or calling 01786 459811 (leave a message if there is no answer).
This event is supported by funds from Scottish Natural Heritage. It is being ran in partnership with Aberdeen City Council and supported by NESCReC.