Moth Night at St. Cyrus, Aberdeenshire! *Free - booking required.

Moth Night at St. Cyrus, Aberdeenshire! *Free - booking required.

Posted on behalf of Butterfly Conservation
MOTH NIGHT AT ST. CYRUS

St. Cyrus National Nature Reserve is home to a huge variety of butterflies and moths, but many people miss the moths that fly at night. On the weekend of national Moth Night 2019, join local experts to discover the amazing diversity of moths and listen out for night hunters including owls and bats with a bat detector! Event organised with Scottish Natural Heritage. Suitable for age 5+; under 18's must be accompanied.

Booking essential, donations welcome. 6.30pm - late.

MEET: St. Cyrus NNR Visitor Centre, The Old Lifeboat Station, St. Cyrus DD10 0AQ

CONTACT: St. Cyrus NNR Manager on 01674 830736

Details: https://butterfly-conservation.org/events/east-scotland-moth-night-at-st-cyrus
When
28 Sep 2019 at 6:30pm
until 28 Sep 2019 at 10:30pm
Where
St. Cyrus National Nature Reserve
The Old Lifeboat Station, St. Cyrus
Aberdeenshire
DD10 0AQ

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