We will be meeting as usual at 10.30am opposite Bevendean School between 115A and 117 Heath Hill Avenue and carry on clearing small scrub from the steep slopes of Card Board Hill to help preserve this valuable chalk grassland,home to many rare plants and insects that will be lost if it is all covered in scrub.

We will be using the incredible tree popper tools that pull small scrub up by the roots. Most people who have tried them enjoy the experience!

We usually finish by 13.00 but go as soon as you like.

 

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On July 16th we had 20 adults and 2 children on our Bevendean Blues Butterfly Walk

Butterflies seen included Small Blue, Common Blue, Chalkhill Blue, Small Copper, Brown Argos,

Dark Green Fritillary Small Skipper, Essex Slipper, Large Skipper, Small Heath, Marbled White,

Large White, Gate Keeper, Speckled Wood, Meadow Brown, Ringlet, Peacock, Red Admiral.

 

 

 


Small Blue Common Blue female Essex Skipper Six Spot Burnet Moth Meadow Brown male Soldier Beetles, Spider, Bee Fly on Wild Carrot blossom Common Blue male Chalkhill Blue male Marbled White

Instead of a workday we are having a short walk on the reserve to look at the butterflies and flowers that are at their best this time of the year. Meet at the junction of Norwich Drive and Heath Hill Avenue Lower Bevendean Brighton at 10.30 am We should be finished by 12.45.

We will be meeting as usual at 10.30am opposite Bevendean School between 115A and 117 Heath Hill Avenue and carry on clearing small scrub from the steep slopes of Card Board Hill to help preserve this valuable chalk grassland,home to many rare plants and insects that will be lost if it is all covered in scrub. We will be working with Emma our countryside ranger.

We will be using the incredible tree popper tools that pull small scrub up by the roots. Most people who have tried them enjoy the experience!

We usually finish by 13.00 but go as soon as you like.

 


 

We will be meeting as usual at 10.30am opposite Bevendean School between 115A and 117 Heath Hill Avenue and carry on clearing small scrub from

the steep slopes of Card Board Hill to help preserve this valuable chalk grassland,home to many rare plants and insects that will be lost if it is all covered in scrub.

We will be using the incredible tree popper tools that pull small scrub up by the roots. Most people who have tried them enjoy the experience!

We usually finish by 13.00 but go as soon as you like.

We will be meeting as usual at 10.30am opposite Bevendean School between 115A and 117 Heath Hill Avenue and carry on clearing small scrub from

the steep slopes of Card Board Hill to help preserve this valuable chalk grassland, home to many rare plants and insects that will be lost if it is all covered in scrub.

We will be using the incredible tree popper tools that pull small scrub up by the roots. Most people who have tried them enjoy the experience!

We usually finish by 13.00 but go as soon as you like.