Fri 19 July, 7.30pm-late

Wandlebury Country Park is home to hundreds of species of common and rarer moths, many are very beautiful and some have evocative names, such as Flounced Rustic and Powdered Quaker. They are usually difficult to see because they are active at dark. Join us to find out which species are on the wing and get a close look at them.

On the Friday night we will use a bright light to attract the moths so that we can observe them. For those who would like to take part, there will also be a mini-workshop. Bring a torch and remember it gets cooler when its dark (sunglasses can also be handy for the bright light!).

Free, donations welcome.

Meet at the Stables Education Centre.

Suitable for ages 9+