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Come and join us for the launch of a project to save Scotland’s most beautiful and most vulnerable species
Sunday 21 May 2023 11am – 2pm Dunnet Community Forest
The north coast is home to some of Scotland’s most beautiful and most vulnerable species.Together, we can help protect them.
Learn more. Drop in to find out about the Species on the Edge four-year programme of conservation activities on the north coast, including how you can contribute to increasing biodiversity in our area.
Come and try. Have a go at surveying potential sites to help us identify the best location to create a butterfly bank. Support will be provided – no experience necessary.
Cake provided. Bring your own picnic or packed lunch. We will supply hot drinks and cake.
Everyone welcome. Craft activities and a nature hunt will be available for children, who must be accompanied by an adult.
For more information about the event, or if you would like to know more about volunteering with us or the Species on the Edge programme of work, but can’t come on the day, contact email@example.com
Species on the Edge is a partnership of eight of Scotland’s nature conservation organisations. Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, we are working collaboratively to safeguard 37 priority species found along Scotland’s coast and islands.
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