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Limestone's Living Legacies

Wild Writing Event!

Location: Bisley Village Hall,  Bisley, Stroud GL6 7AX and Rough Bank Nature Reserve Date: Saturday 15th June Time: 10am - 4pm Nature is an endless muse. Writers and poets down the ages have sought inspiration, solace and different angles into ways of being through the written word. As part of our Limestone's Living Legacies project,...

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Bumblebee ID & survey training workshop 2

Location: Please contact Jen, see below. Date: 6th July Time: 10am - 4pm Following on from our beginners workshop, join us to learn how to identify and survey for bumblebees, including our project's two rare target species. Led by Bumblebee Conservation Trust, the day will combine an indoor and outdoor session to provide you with...

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Managing your Grassland with Wildlife in Mind 2

Location: Prinknash Abbey, Painswick GL4 8EX Date: 12th June Time:10am - 4pm Calling landowners and land managers – join us to discover how you can play your part in conserving our Cotswold wildlife. Using bats, beetles and adders as examples, learn about the importance of limestone grassland habitat and how even simple changes to land...

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Managing your Grassland with Wildlife in Mind

Location: Prinknash Abbey, Painswick, GL4 8EX Date: 6th June Time:10am - 4pm Calling landowners and land managers – join us to discover how you can play your part in conserving our Cotswold wildlife. Using plants, bees and butterflies as examples, learn about the importance of limestone grassland habitat and how even simple changes to land...

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Bumblebee ID & survey training workshop

Location: Please contact Jen, see below. Date: 22nd June **FULLY BOOKED** Join Bumblebee Conservation Trust & Butterfly Conservation to learn how to identify and survey for our common bumblebee species. The workshop will also introduce you to the project's two rare target species, the Red-shanked Carder Bee and Large Garden Bumblebee and how to tell...

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Duke of Burgundy training workshop

Location: Rodborough Common, Nr Stroud - Contact Jennifer for further details Date: Wednesday 19th June Time:10.30am - 2.30pm As part of our Limestone's Living Legacies project, join Butterfly Conservation to learn how to identify and survey for the larval feeding damage of the rare Duke of Burgundy butterfly. This outdoor workshop will focus on surveying...

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Rock-rose Pot beetle ID and survey workshop

Location: Please contact Jen, see below. Date: 21st of May Time:10.45am - 3.30pm. Join us to learn how to identify and survey for the Rock-rose Pot Beetle, one of our project's most elusive target species. Led by Buglife, the day will combine an indoor and outdoor session to provide you with the knowledge and skills...

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Woodchester Park after dark!

Location: Woodchester Park Date: 17th of May Time: 8.45-10.45pm. Join Butterfly Conservation and the National Trust for an evening wander around the National Trust's Woodchester Park. We’ll be looking and listening out for our resident bats and seeing what other nocturnal wildlife we can spot. Suitable for adults and children – more details provided on...

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Moth Madness!

Location: Painswick Rococo Garden, Painswick, Glos. Date: 31st Aug. Time: 10:30am - 3pm.   Come and see the variety of moths that we get here in the Cotswolds and learn more about them with Butterfly Conservation’s Back from the Brink team. We’ll have moths caught overnight on show for you to take a closer look, moth arts...

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Rococo after Dark 2

Location: Painswick Rococo Garden, Painswick, Glos. Date: 30th Aug. Time: 7:45pm - 10pm.   Join Butterfly Conservation’s Back from the Brink team for an evening wander around the garden to discover some of Rococo Garden’s nocturnal wildlife! We’ll be looking and listening out for our resident bats and running a moth trap to see what moths can...

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