Saturday 4 July, 10am-12.30pm.
Bishop Middleham Quarry in County Durham is a good place to see many of the butterfly species we have in the region, including the rare Northern Brown Argus which should be on the wing at this time. There are a variety of habitats, so Steve le Fleming from the local branch of Butterfly Conservation should be able to help show you which species live in which habitats. The quarry is also of considerable interest to botanists.
Free but booking is required to manage numbers. Please contact the Society Office to book.
Leader: Steve le Fleming