Butterfly survey, Carlops

Butterfly survey, Carlops

Northern Brown Argus butterfly.

This rare little butterfly was first found in the Regional Park in 2017.

Come and help us find it again!

Bring sturdy footwear and waterproof clothing.
18 Jul 2019 at 1:30pm
until 18 Jul 2019 at 3:30pm
Carlops car park
EH26 9NF

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Pentland Hills Regional Park

The Pentland Hills Regional Park covers the range of hills which stretches south-west from the City of Edinburgh bypass, down to Carlops in the Scottish Borders. The Park liaises with landowners and outdoor users including hillwalkers, dog walkers, cyclists, horses riders and runners. We also put on a program of events which includes conservation tasks, environmental monitoring, and guided walks. For directions to individual events, use the postcode provided.

Travelling by bus? Public transport information is available here (automatic PDF download if you click on the link). See our website for lots more information, including leaflets and walking maps of the area.
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