FULLY BOOKED: Nature Walk: Dragonflies at Treeton Dyke

When
Thursday 29 July 2021 11:00am - 1:00pm
Price
Free, donations welcome
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Please book in advance:
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Please note, this tour is now fully booked but keep an eye out for similar events coming soon.

Treeton Dyke is one of Sheffield’s dragonfly hotspots, and one of the few places in the city where you can see both the Red-eyed Damselfly and the Small Red-eyed Damselfly at the same time – useful for making comparisons. Join Alistair McLean, Curator of Natural Sciences at Sheffield Museum, for this nature walk and learn how to identify these curious creatures.

Meet where the footpath joins Falconer Lane, near the children’s playground, on the South end of the Dyke, grid reference SK43828608.

Please note that in wet weather, the trip will be cancelled. If in doubt, contact alistair.mclean@sheffieldmuseums.org.uk.

This walk will be taking places following government guidance on Covid-19 measures. Spaces are limited so booking is advised. Book your place here.

 

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When
Thursday 29 July 2021 11:00am - 1:00pm
Price
Free, donations welcome
How to book
Please book in advance:
Book via Eventbrite here
Theme
Talks and tours
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