A Wild Night Out at Seaton Park, Aberdeen! *Free - booking required.

A Wild Night Out at Seaton Park, Aberdeen! *Free - booking required.

Posted on behalf of Butterfly Conservation
On the weekend of national Moth Night 2019, enter the mysterious world of night creatures!

This will include setting up sugar and light traps to attract moths – which we will release unharmed after identification - and using detectors to pick up ultrasound of hunting bats. Ideal for adults & older children; under 16’s must be accompanied.

Bring warm clothing, stout footwear, sunglasses/wide-brimmed hat (to shield eyes from bright moth trap light), midge repellent & torch. Event organised with Aberdeen City Council & Aberdeenshire Council Ranger Services. Booking essential, donations welcome.

MEET: Seaton Park car park, Don Street, Aberdeen AB24 1XS

CONTACT: Book online or for queries phone Aberdeen City Council Rangers on 01224 326429. 6.30pm - late.

Details: https://butterfly-conservation.org/events/east-scotland-a-wild-night-out-at-seaton-park
When
28 Sep 2019 at 6:30pm
until 28 Sep 2019 at 10:30pm
Where
Seaton Park
Don Street
Aberdeen
AB24 1XS

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