Saturday 21st May 2022, 9:15pm-11:59pm

Bowder Stone Car Park Borrowdale

Contact

  • Martin Tordoff
  • mtordoff42@gmail.com

54.537544910617, -3.1549543342662

Joint with National Trust
This area has magnificent habitat but very few moth records.
Outdoor Events - general advice and information:
For all evening moth events, participants should wear suitable warm and waterproof outdoor clothing, strong footwear and carry a fully charged torch. A peaked cap is also useful to help protect eyes from exposure to MV or LED lights.
General safety advice will be given before all our events.  We ask all who attend to take personal responsibility for their own safety and possessions, and to pay special regard to trip hazards and the presence of ticks.
Before starting, please advise the walk leader of any medical or other conditions which could lead to you being unable to complete the walk.

We strongly advise that you look at the website https://butterfly-conservation.org/admin/events which will provide you with useful and important information.
Booking is essential. We limit numbers for some events for safety and we require booking with the field trip leader by e-mail as soon as you are able to confirm attendance.  If you need to cancel a booked place, please tell the leader asap so that the place(s) may be offered to others.  Leaders may also be able to answer any individual request for further information. Contact the field trip leader Martin Tordoff at @email
Covid 19 Information  Regardless of the removal of legal requirements for Covid restrictions and changes to self-isolation requirements, we intend to take precautions to protect our visitors and each other.  To this end, we ask our visitors to bring a mask and personal sanitiser.  Wearing masks should not be necessary during outdoor field trips but it may still be useful to have your own mask and sanitiser with you just to cover all possible situations.  We want you to feel comfortable at this field trip.  Should you develop the symptoms of Covid 19 within 7 days after the field trip, contact the field trip leader Martin Tordoff at @email or Chris Winnick at @email

Directions:
From the Keswick direction, take the Borrowdale road B5289 to the Bowder Stone car park entrance, on the left at NY253168, satnav CA12 5XA, around 600 metres south of Grange Bridge. Drive up the short track to the car park area.
Post codes are given for satellite navigation but these are only a guide in rural areas.