Date: Fri. 22 Jun, 2018 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Duration: 3 Hours
Categories: Bings for Wildlife*
Location: Fallin Bing

Join staff from Butterfly Conservation, Buglife and the IFLI team for a celebratory wildlife romp at Fallin Bing!

On the afternoon of Friday 22nd June, we will be running a number of activities, from moth traps to wildflower walks, finishing up with some well-deserved tea and cake and a chance to explore our new interpretation on the bing. Come along for a last hurrah, and a chance to see how the work that has been carried out on the site over the last four years is looking now!

This event is taking place as part of IFLI’s mini festival in June to celebrate the work of the partnership, which has delivered over 50 projects across the Inner Forth landscape, and launch our series of interpretative beacons and markers in the area.

Please note that there are no toilets at this site.

You do not need to book in advance for this session, but you can let us know to expect you by contacting the IFLI team on 01324 831 568. We hope to see you there!