Tuesday 22nd October 2019, 9.30am - 3pm
Haddon Hill Car Park, TA4 2DS
- Megan Lowe
- firstname.lastname@example.org / 07827 460767
Please join us to help increase and maintain good suitable breeding habitat for the rare and threatened Heath Fritillary butterfly. We will be cutting scrub such as gorse and silver birch saplings to enable the butterfly's foodplant, Common Cow-wheat, to thrive.
Tools, gloves, and guidance will be provided. Please wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty (we will be having a bonfire) and sturdy boots or shoes. Biscuits will be available, but please bring a packed lunch if you plan on staying all day.
We will be meeting in the Haddon Hill car park (TA4 2DS) at 9.30am where we will car share closer to the work site.
This conservation work task is led by the National Lottery Heritage Funded 'All the Moor Butterflies' project in partnership with South West Lakes Trust and Exmoor National Park Authority.