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Date: Saturday 24 June
Time: 13:00 – 15:00
Location: The Oyster Catcher, Llyn Maelog, Rhosneigr, LL64 5JP what3words.com/emphasis.prepped.afflict
This World Sand Dune Day discover the dunes with Dynamic Dunescapes People Engagement Officer Dr Hannah Lee.
This walk is suitable for all, during the session we will explore the dunes of Tywyn Llyn, from small dune flowers to the buzzing of bees, plants of the shoreline and song of ground-nesting birds. Bring yourself, friends or family to experience and celebrate these special coastal spaces.
The session will run from 13:00 to 15:00 on Saturday 24 June, meeting at 12:50 on the flat grassy area of the dunes directly behind The Oyster Catcher (Llyn Maelog, Rhosneigr, LL64 5JP what3words.com/emphasis.prepped.afflict)
The session is free of charge, please bring your own refreshments (drinks and snacks) and dress for the weather. We recommend sturdy shoes. Hand lenses and small wildlife guides will be provided but we encourage you to bring your own or binoculars. Toilets, snacks, drinks and parking are available at The Oyster Catcher, when the weather is warm parking can be busy so please leave yourself ample arrival time.
All under-18s must be accompanied by an over-18. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate dogs at this event at this time. Should you have any queries regarding the event please contact Hannah.Lee@Plantlife.org.uk.
Hello! I am the people engagement officer for the Dynamic Dunescapes project in Wales and some may have met me or our placement student out on the dunes or at a local event in North Wales over the past year. In 2023 the project is coming to an end and I really hope we can celebrate the amazing sand dune habitats through our World Sand Dune Day activities.
I hope to share the mysteries of the dunes and beach with you drawing from my time with the Charity Plantlife as well as my own background in Marine Biology.
Plantlife‘s work through Dynamic Dunescapes is supporting conservation action in England and Wales to improve the condition of sand dunes.
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