There are days when you just have to get out in the open air and take in the natural world, days when you just have to get out there and do something! If you are looking for something to do today, why not take a look here for some suggestions!
On this page you can find out more about events being held at Cullaloe Local Wildlife Reserve and links to other interesting websites that may be holding events!
So what are you waiting for? Go and find yourself an adventure today! 🙂
Please note that all children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times at Cullaloe events.
Contact Janie McNeil, Reserve Convenor on 07590590382 for more information, or to make a booking for Cullaloe events. Alternatively, you can contact us by email by clicking here.
Events being held at Cullaloe Local Nature Reserve in 2011
Moth Night – 9.30pm until late
Join us for an evening of moths, bats and bright lights!
Come down to Cullaloe for an evening walk around the Reserve, where we show you the different varieties of moths that call the Reserve home. Help to trap, catch and identify the many different coloured and patterned night-flying moths we find!
We will also be bringing bat detectors to see if we can spot the moth’s natural predator!
Please wrap up warmly and bring a torch with you. Children must be accompanied at all times.
Barnyards Marsh Open Day! Sunday 26 June 2011 – 2pm-4pm
Calling all you bug and beastie enthusiasts! Join us at Barnyards Marsh Reserve, located in the beautiful village of Kilconquhar! Marshes house some of the best habitat for butterflies, dragonflies, damselflies and much, much more! Come along and share the fun in finding out who calls these wetland areas home!
Guided walks, pond dipping and even a cup of tea is on offer from Beautiful Kilconquhar!
Where else can I have an adventure?
If you would like to know what is going on at other Scottish Wildlife Trusts in the Fife and Kinross area, click here
If you would like to know about Scottish Wildlife Trust events happening all over Scotland, click here