Caerlaverock Bioblitz

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12th August 2017

WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, DG1 4RS

Become a wildlife explorer for a day and discover what’s living right on your doorstep by joining in at your local BioBlitz event. Our team of experienced naturalists and wildlife watchers need your help to find and identify as many different species of birds, bugs, plants and beasties as we can before the clock runs out. Just like a real scientific expedition, everything we find will be documented and passed on to local and national databases that monitor our local wildlife. With interactive activities for kids, grown-ups, beginners and experts alike there is something for everyone at a BioBlitz.

What’s happening:

At the WWT Caerlaverock and Caerlaverock NNR BioBlitz you can explore the amazing wetlands as we celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Caerlaverock NNR

Drop in and see us on the day (see the WWT website wwt.org.uk/caerlaverock for more information) for some amazing activities including: Bird ringing demonstration,  Tracks & Signs, Pond dipping, Moth trapping, Small mammal trapping, Camera traps, Bug hunting.

  • Start – 10AM on 12th August
  • Finish – 4PM on 12th August

Getting here

By bus: There is a limited bus service to the centre. Nearest bus station Dumfries. Stagecoach service D6A.

By rail: Nearest railway station is Dumfries.

By bike: WWT Caerlaverock is located on the C2C Cycle Route 7. Download a map here.

By car: The centre lies 9 miles south-east of Dumfries.Follow tourist signs from A75 west of Annan or St.Michael’s church in Dumfries.

Partly accessible/ Most areas are accessible to pushchairs and wheelchair users

Get in touch

  • EMAIL – Hillier@wwt.org.uk
  • ORGANISERS WEBSITE – wwt.org.uk/caerlaverock
  • TWITTER – @wwtcaerlaverock
  • FACEBOOK – facebook.com/WWT Caerlaverock
  • TWEET US AT – http://ctt.ec/EU204

Enormous thanks to everyone involved in running this special event including:

Scottish Natural Heritage, WWT, Butterfly Conservation Scotland, British Dragonfly Society, and all local biological recorders.