Cumbria is home to over 40 butterfly species, including some of Britain’s most scarce species.
Join local lepidopterist and Chairman of Butterfly Conservation Cumbria, Chris Winnick, for this one-and-a-half-hour webinar on butterflies of the Lake District.
The webinar will cover both the rare and common species that can be found there. This includes Britain’s most endangered species, the High Brown Fritillary, and the second most endangered species, the Pearl-bordered Fritillary.
It is also home to following rare and threatened butterflies: Dark Green Fritillary, Dingy Skipper, Duke of Burgundy, Grayling, Large Heath, Marsh Frtillary, Mountain Ringlet, Northern Brown Argus, Small Blue, Small Heath, Wall Brown and White-letter Hairstreak.
Join us as Chris shares his endless knowledge and expertise on the Lake District’s species and where best to spot them.
The session will include the opportunity to ask questions to Chris, including questions on the conservation work taking place.
It will take place on Wednesday, June 9th, 7pm to 8.30pm.
You can book your place onto the webinar by choosing it as a reward in our latest Crowdfunder. Your donation towards this webinar will go to our Morecambe Bay Woodlands project to help make up its funding shortfall.
You can choose one of the three options:
- £10 reward – access to the live webinar and a recording
- £25 reward - access to the live webinar and a recording, plus a collectible postcard of the High Brown Fritillary
- £50 reward - access to the live webinar and a recording, plus access to our four pre-recorded butterfly ID courses: Whites & Skippers, Blues & Hairstreaks, Vanessids & Fritillaries and Browns
Please note: all webinars are available to watch on-demand for a one-month period.