Wildlife Discovery Course - Butterflies

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Event details

Sat, 13/07/2019 - 10:00am - 3:00pm

One of our popular Wildlife Discovery Courses, which offer a fun, interactive way of learning more about the wildlife of Worcestershire. Perfect for beginners, with no expectations or prior knowledge, they are an informal way to get started.

A chance to learn about the common and not so common butterflies of the Old Hills area of Malvern. The course will begin inside with an illustrated talk from local expert Mel Mason at the Old Bush pub in Callow End. You will then travel by car to the Old Hills area where you will have the chance to look for and identify various species of butterfly.

Bring binoculars if you have them and wellies or walking boots plus a pen and pencil to jot down what you find.

This course is suitable for beginners and those with some former knowledge of local butterflies.

Booking is essential at Eventbrite - Butterflies

Please note: Cancellations will incur a £5 charge per place to cover administration. Should you cancel your place within 3 weeks of the course date, we will be unable to offer a refund.

Due to their very nature, our courses are weather dependent. We always do our best to run them but if we really need to cancel you will be offered a full refund.

Venue location

Old Hills,
WR2 4TQ

Event information

Date
Saturday 13th July 2019
Time
10:00am - 3:00pm
Price / Donation
£30 per person
Audience
Adults
Beginners
Suitable for All Ages
Category
Learning / Education
Other
Training
Trust
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Venue location
Old Hills,
WR2 4TQ
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Wheelchair Access
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Mobility
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Dogs
no dogs please
Contact details
Tel: 01905 754919
activities@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org
Sadie Carr Simons