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Waxcap Fungi Walk at Glen Tanar

Join Plantlife and an expert mycologist for an exploration of colourful Waxcap fungi in Deeside.

Date
8 Oct 2023
Time
10:00 – 16:00
Availability
30
Free
A waxcap mushroom growing in the grass, with mountains in the background

We will be introducing the work Plantlife are doing in the Cairngorms and the fungi we’ll be looking for during the day.

On the walk you will be practicing ID, learning about waxcap fungi conservation and habitat preferences, as well as surveying to gather information about these understudied species.

Please email sam.jones@plantlife.org.uk to reserve a place.

What to expect on the day:

Please bring appropriate outdoors clothing and equipment and remember to bring along water and lunch.

Meet at Glen Tanar visitors centre, across bridge from visitors car park: https://goo.gl/maps/cn7Vn5LzsY3d6V4L7

NO 48064 96509

Plantlife may be in touch after the event for evaluation purposes, please let us know if you would like to opt out of this on the day.

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