Friday 24th November
- Anthony McCluskey
Tentsmuir is one of the strongholds of some of our rarest species, including the Grayling butterfly, Portland Moth and Lunar Yellow Underwing Moth. These all require sandy habitats, but parts of the dunes at Tentsmuir have become dominated by small trees which are reducing the amount of bare sand. So join us for a day of habitat maintenance where we will remove the small trees from part of the dunes!
Time and date: 10am - 3pm, Friday 24th November. Even if you can only join us for part of the day you are still welcome to attend.
Booking: booking is required. Book your space here.
Location: the exact location will be sent to anyone who reigsters to attend, but we will likely meet at the Kinshaldy Beach Car Park at Tentsmuir and go from there. Please note that there is a £3 charge to enter the car park which can only be paid with coins - we will reimburse this to attendees.
No experience or tools are necessary, and this event is open to all. All tools will be provided.
This event is being ran jointly by staff from Butterfly Conservation and from Forest and Land Scotland who own and manage the site. For more information email Anthony on @email