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 for the feeding damage caused by the Duke of Burgundy caterpillar and follows on from the workshop in May on how to survey for the adult butterfly.

Both workshops will give you the skills needed to help us survey and monitor the Duke of Burgundy populations across Gloucestershire.

For more information and to book your free place, please contact Jennifer Gilbert at jgilbert@butterfly-conservation.org or on 07483 039321