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Please bear in mind that due to the nature of our field trips and moth nights, it is suggested that you wear suitable clothing and stout footwear. You may be visiting wild places so always be aware of your own safety and the safety of others with your group.

If you have a medical condition or intend to leave the group at any time before the event ends, please ensure you let the event leader know, especially during moth nights and butterfly walks.

Moth nights and butterfly walks generally go ahead even if the weather conditions are not ideal. However, we recommend that if in doubt, you contact the event leader (Steven Cheshire) to check that the event is going ahead as planned.

Butterfly Walk
Butterfly Walk at Strawberry Bank and Daneway Banks, Gloucestershire.

Sunday  25-06-2017
10.30 to
£FREE



Description

This out of county butterfly walk will focus on seeing the marsh fritillary which is usually found in good numbers at Strawberry Banks. The reserve also supports several other interesting butterflies species and is also great for wild flowers including wild columbine and lesser butterfly orchid and the elusive hazel dormouse.

A light/quick lunch at the Daneway Inn offering an opportunity to quench our thirst if the weather is fine will be followed by a visit to Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust's Daneway Banks SSSI Reserve where the Large Blue butterfly has been re-introduced. We may also see the dark green fritillary, small blue and marble white among others.

Where to Meet

Please park/meet in Oakridge village on road south of Oakridge Primary School at Grid Ref: SO912034. There is short but steep walk down to Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust's Strawberry Banks Nature Reserve. At approximately 1.30pm we will return to the cars and drive to the Daneway Inn (www.thedaneway.pub). Grid Ref: SO938034 where we hope to park the cars and have a light lunch / drinks before visiting Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust's Daneway Banks SSSI.

Please email Steve Cheshire or call 07870 598691 if you wish to attend this event. PLEASE NOTE - THERE WAS AN ERROR IN THE TELEPHONE NUMBER PROVIDED - THIS HAS NOW BEEN CORRECTED - PLEASE CALL 07870 598691

Notes

Other information

Please email Steve Cheshire or call 07870 596691 for more information.

Event Leader: Steven Cheshire Event Leader

Steven Cheshire

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Event Leaders

All of our outdoor events such as butterfly walks, moth nights and work parties are led by experienced local experts who are actively involved in butterfly and moth conservation in Warwickshire.

Terry Southgate
Mike Slater - 01788 335881
Keith Warmington - 01827 715873
David Brown - 01789 840295
Nigel Stone - 02476 335189
Steven Cheshire - 07870 598691
Phil Parr - 01788 578272

Field Trip Health & Safety

Common sense is key to an enjoyable time. Wear strong walking boots to protect your feet, bring waterproof clothing, and make sure you drink plenty of water. Sunblock is advisable when attending a butterfly walk, warm clothing is required on moth nights.

If you have any medical conditions, please make sure that the event leader is aware of this.

Children under 16 are welcome to attend all of our events but they should be accompanied by a responsible adult.

If you intend to leave an event early, please ensure the leader knows.

Branch Health and Safety Documents

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Butterfly Conservation Insurance 2010-11Download pdf