Location: Cavenham Heath NNR near Tuddenham, IP28 6TB

Date: 5th of July

Time: 9.30am-1pm

As part of Back from the Brink's Shifting Sands project, Butterfly Conservation experts are running a hands-on day of moth trapping & butterfly walks at Cavenham Heath!

This event is aimed at beginners: hear about local moths & butterflies, learn how to ID different species, hunt for the Forester moth (pictured), and get involved in local wildlife conservation."

Meeting at 9:30am at Cavenham Heath NNR. There will be a short introductory talk on local moths and butterflies, followed by the opening up of moth traps and learning species ID skills.

We will then end with a guided walk to search for the beautiful Forester moth - estimated finishing time is 1pm.

Make sure to bring suitable clothes, sturdy footwear & lunch.  We'll provide the rest!

So we have an idea of numbers, please let Sharon at Butterfly Conservation know if you're attending: SHearle@butterfly-conservation.org or 01929 400209