Saturday 13th March 2021, 10:00am-1:00pm
- Scotland Office
Join us on Saturday, 13th March for our online Scottish Spring Gathering!
This half-day event will take place between 10am until 1pm, and we have a full morning’s programme of talks and presentations from our experts on butterflies and moths.
Our keynote speaker is Peter Eeles, author of Life Cycles of British & Irish Butterflies. We will also hear from Douglas Boyes regarding the effects of light pollution on moths, as well as the trials and tribulations of Mountain Burnet moth monitoring. There will be a Live Moths session with our Senior Conservation Officer, Dr Tom Prescott and of course a look ahead to the season to come.
The event will be held using an online platform called Zoom. Please register by visiting here to register through Zoom.
There is no charge to attend but we would greatly appreciate any donations to help support our work. Information on how to make a donation will be sent after the event. Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email to acknowledge your booking and information on how to access the event.
Please note: Registration for this event will close at 9am on Saturday 13th March.