We’ve all got closer to nature over the past few weeks as we spend more time in our gardens and take time to appreciate what’s around us.
Wild Oxfordshire had planned to run face-to-face workshops with the aim of getting more volunteers to record butterflies in the local area but has now widened the invitation to the whole of Oxfordshire.
The aim is to help people get their butterfly ID skills up to speed in their garden and then next year there will be an army of volunteers ready for the next stage to record species in the wider countryside.
If you are interested register via Eventbrite to be sent a Zoom invitation.
Nick Bowles of Butterfly Conservation is running two workshops free of charge via Zoom on Wednesday, 3rd June, 6.30-7.30pm.