Conservation in the Quarry: Care and Maintenance of a Small Nature Refuge - Evening Talk in the D'Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum, Tuesday 25th April
The next evening talk in the D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum will be on Tuesday 25 April at 6pm, when Jim Cook of the Dundee Naturalists’ Society will be speaking about Conservation in the Quarry: Care and Maintenance of a Small Nature Refuge.
Well over 150 members and friends of the Dundee Nats have been working at Carsegowniemuir Quarry over recent years carrying out a wide variety of conservation tasks, including planting some 1,400 trees of 23 native species. The site has developed and improved, with the full support of the owners, and is now starting to attract an increasing number of different species. Jim will tell us what’s involved in organising a small nature refuge such as this - what kind of tasks are needed? How can you find out what's there to begin with and what can you do to encourage more wildlife in?
Jim is a long-standing member of Dundee Nats and has lectured in biology for many years. He has been the sub-committee organiser for the quarry for the last 15 years.
Refreshments will be served after the talk. Please enter the Carnelley Building by the main front entrance. Latecomers may not be admitted.
Admission is free but please reserve a space at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/conservation-in-the-quarry-care-and-maintenance-of-a-small-nature-refuge-tickets-33700394788