Saturday 27th July 2019, 10:30am-12:00am

New Ferry Butterfly Park, Howell Road, Bebington, New Ferry, Cheshire CH62 5BJ


  • Malcolm Plant
  • 0161 485 3535 or

53.357776228671, -3.0024475158691

This butterfly walk is the perfect event to hone Butterfly ID skills for the beginner and is a chance to take part in The Big Butterfly Count too! 

The New Ferry Butterfly Park is a wildlife reserve foundered on a former railway siding and is a sensational example of what can be achieved for wildlife in a small area.

The walk is flat and the surface excellent, so the event will be suitable for everyone and the southern area of the park is wheelchair friendly.

The Butterfly Park comprises a diverse range of habitats, consequently an excellent range of The Wirral’s butterflies can be expected.

The parks butterfly species have been recorded over a number of years, so there is the opportunity to compare our observations with the park’s historical records. 

To add to the fun of the day a moth trap will be run on the preceding Friday night - anticipating the catch is always fun in such a lively setting!

Address: New Ferry Butterfly Park, Howell Road (adjacent to Bebington Station Car Park), Bebington, New Ferry, Cheshire CH62 5BJ.

Grid Ref. SJ333850.

Everyone welcome - for more information or to confirm your attendance, please contact Malcolm Plant on 0161 485 3535 or email him at @email