Morning with Moths
Fri 14 Jul 2017
Image: Paul Hobson Wildnet
Discover the huge diversity of species on the wing at Kingcombe during high summer with David Brown using light traps, before tucking into a delicous home cooked brunch.
The warm nights of summer provide one of the best times to see the diversity of moth species in the Kingcombe valley. This special morning event will include identification of and discussions about the moths that will have been caught the night before in the range of special light traps set around The Kingcombe Centre and reserve.
After your morning of discovery you will head back to the centre for a hearty brunch at the café.
About the Leader:
David Brown, a former teacher of 20 years experience, has also lectured at Warwick University on Lepidoptera for many years. He has conducted successful courses for the Field Studies Council and Adult Residential Colleges Association since 1990. David is the County Moth Recorder for Warwickshire and author of ‘The Larger Moths of Warwickshire’.
£18 pp - includes guided activities and brunch.
Meet at 9.30am. Finish approximately 12.30pm.
What to bring:
As you will be outside in the morning, please bring warm clothing, wet weather jackets and good walking shoes. A notepad and pen would be useful.
Comments from previous events:
An excellent morning led by an extremely engaging and knowledgeable leader. I must admit I didn't know how beautiful moths could be, I would highly recommend this session to anyone with even the slightest interest in moths, you won't regret it! The brunch at the end was delicious and plentiful. So, all in all, a chance to feed the mind as well as the body - Helen.
Excellent morning hosted by a very knowledgable lepidopterist who was pleasant and approachable! The brunch wasn't half bad either! I hope you run this again next year so that I can make a return visit - David.