Claire from Buglife Scotland will be giving a talk on how to improve gardens with wildlife in mind, as part of her work on the Strathmore B-Line Project.
The talk will take place in the Montrose Basin Visitor Centre, and we’ll go outside to look at the various wildflower gardens around the centre too. This event is open to children, but please note the presentation is very informative on various food plants of different pollinating insects, so it might not capture every young child’s attention!
“Strathmore B-Lines ~ People & Pollinators in Strathmore” is an exciting new Buglife project which aims to restore 20 hectares of grassland and nectar rich habitats, increasing the area and quality of pollinator-friendly wildflower habitat across the B-Line, at 20 sites between Dunkeld and Montrose.
Find out more about the project here: https://www.buglife.org.uk/projects/strathmore-b-lines/