Join Buglife Scotland and The Cateran Ecomuseum; School of the Moon, for a guided walk through the Den o’ Alyth to the Community Woodland. On our journey we will discover some of the plants and pollinating insects found in the local area and explore folklore tales and myths.
We will meet at the Den of Alyth Car Park, along Bamff Road, walk through the Den and finish our journey at Alyth Community Woodland.
Please note that we will be travelling across steep and uneven ground, so a reasonable level of fitness and sturdy footwear will be required for the walk.
The walk is a free event but places are limited so Booking is essential.
Pollinators Picnic at Alyth Community Woodland 12.30-2.30pm (booking not required)
This walk is part of our Pollinators Picnic taking place at Alyth Community Woodland celebrating pollinating insects and the local environment.
Join us for free family fun activities and crafts exploring wee beasties and the plants they rely on.
Access to the Community Woodland is via foot from Tradlem track, accessed from the junction of Strathmore Terrace and Wylie’s Brae.
Bring your own Picnic. Cake and hot drinks available.
This session is being delivered as part of Buglife Scotland’s Strathmore B-Lines Project- a 2-yr project, working with communities and partners to restore and create wildflower-rich habitat within the B-Lines network, reconnecting habitats & helping pollinating insects move across the landscape.
The work of Strathmore B-Lines has been made possible by funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and The Gannochy Trust.