Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Birders, please feel free to attend, or pass on to anyone (families or individuals) who might be interested.
Dark Green Fritillary - Calderdale's rarest butterfly?
(reported from Withens Clough.)


An illustrated talk on raising butterflies from eggs and caterpillars.  An evening for young families.

An easy low-cost activity at home in the summer holidays!

Have fun and help wildlife in Calderdale.

Tuesday 14th August, Halifax Central Library

7.15pm- 8.30pm

Free entry - donations accepted – HALIFAX SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY Summer Children’s Talk. (Also a children’s walk in Hardcastle Crags with Bruce Hoyle on  August 18th – see the Calderdale Wildside Walks Booklet, or our blog at Calderdale-wildlife.blogspot)


Nick Carter said...

Tried e mailing you Steve, is the Tree Sparrow feeder watch still on?

Steve Cummings said...

Good to see we have some of these in Calderdale.....I had to go over the hills to film them a couple of years ago.

AndyC said...

Is that pic taken this year in Calderdale,if so when was it taken.??

Steve Blacksmith said...

No , not taken this year, and not in Calderdale, but reported, again, a few years back, from Withens Clough, where the hairpin bend turns up to the right, nearly at the Res. Sorry, don't know the finder.

AndyC said...

Thanks steve