Wyre Conservation Day, Dune Monitoring – Fleetwood, Lancashire

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10:00am - 14:30pm

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Join us to learn more about dune wildlife and help us survey the Fleetwood dunes, no experience necessary!

If you've wanted to learn more about the plants and wildlife that call sand dunes their home, or wanted an insight into conservation habitat monitoring then this is the opportunity for you. Join us and help record important data about Fleetwood dunes, including plant species, habitat changes and taking monitoring photos.

What you need to know

This event is open to all, no experience necessary. Please bring weather appropriate outdoor clothing, sturdy shoes and a packed lunch (hot drinks will be provided). Under 18s must be accompanied by and adult at all times.

We will meet at the Dronsfield Sunken Car Park, FY7 7BQ. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to check in at registration.

Places are limited and booking is essential. To book, please contact Visit Garstang on 01995 602125 or email garstangtic@wyre.gov.uk 

Volunteers surveying for tadpoles and spawn of the Natterjack Toad (Epidalea calamita) in pond in a dune slack, Ainsdale Nature Reserve, Merseyside, UK. May. Photographer: Alex Hyde
Long Term Monitoring Network volunteers (Saltfleetby) (1)