Saving England's most threatened species from extinction

Southern Damselfly Habitat Task

Location:

East Common, Valley Road (from East St), Corfe Village

Date: Thursday 27th February 2020

Time: 10am - 3pm

Southern Damselfly Habitat Task - A Purbeck Wide Work Party Day

In partnership with the National Trust and RSPB

Join our Dorset's Heathland Heart team for a day of practical conservation, removing scrub at Corfe Common to create habitat suited to the Southern Damselfly.


(c) D. Liley & S. Lake

The striking blue Southern Damselfly is the UK's most endangered damselfly species and Corfe Common is one of a handful of sites in Dorset where it survives.  We will be working alongside staff from the National Trust and RSPB as part of the Purbeck wide conservation team to help protect this very rare species.

Meet us at Grid Ref: SY 96545 81060. Park at National Trust Castle View (for a lift) or near East Street and walk to site; also reached by Morebus number 40.

Please book for further details - Aemelia.roe@plantlife.org.uk