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Kirkharle: Biodiversity in a Brownian Landscape

Comma Butterfly on thistle © John Buxton

Sunday 12 May, 10.00am-12.00pm

With Heather Devey & Cain Scrimgeour, Wild Intrigue

Lancelot (Capability) Brown, renowned for his landscape architecture in 250 large estates across 18th Century England, is often referred to as ‘the Shakespeare of Gardening’. Brown’s landscapes now support vast biodiversity that has naturally developed over the years from features such as habitat mosaics of trees, the creation of lakes, and much more.

Join Heather and Cain of Wild Intrigue to discover the birthplace of ‘Capability’ Brown, exploring how the site’s owners have developed the landscape to match the vision of a young Lancelot, identifying the wildlife it supports and learning about the ‘Capability’ legacy throughout.

Booking essential. To book, please go to Eventbrite here.